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If you want to read the great, classic books, stories and tales of Halloween, these are the ones to read. Beginning with the Legend of Sleepy Hallow.

The Legend of Sleepy Hallow, by Washington Irving

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

The Raven, by Edgard Allen Poe

Rip Van Winkle by Washington Irving

Ulalume by Edgar Allen Poe

The Child That Went With the Fairies, by Le Fanu

Feathertop: A Moralized Legend, by Nathaniel Hawthorne

The Devil and Tom Walker by Washington Irving

Ken's Myster by Julian Hawthorne

Red Hanrahan by W.B. Yeats

Tales we would like to add since they are out of copyright:
Black Stairs on Fire, Patrick Kennedy 1866
The Method of Making a Magic Staff Albertus Parvus Lucius
Cabbage Thumping Hugh Miller
October 31, 1866-1867 Queen Victoria
John Cokeley and the Fairy: On Preparing a Corpse in Ireland Jeremiah Curtin
Gruesome Halloween Joke New York Times
The Witches' Hallowmass Ride J. Maxwell Wood
A Ballad of Halloween Theodosia Garrison
Hallowe'en Madison J. Cawein
The Ghost Vicomte de Parny
All-Hallow-Eve James Hogg
By Cupid's Trick. A Parlor Drama for All Hallowe'en Griffith Wilde
The Immortal Hour William Sharp
The Feast of Samhain, James Stephen 1924
The Fiend's Field: A Legend of the Wrekin 1832
A Hallowee'n Party Carline Ticknor 1896
All Souls' Night Dora Sigerson Shorter

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