Lurking in Pennsylvania

Published August 20, 2002 by Infinity Publishing

ISBN # 0-7414-2150-X

Lurking in Pennsylvania collects three decades of William P. Robertson's best horror stories and poems, many of which appeared in magazines worldwide. Bill specializes in understated Gothic terror in the tradition of Edgar Allan Poe and H. P. Lovecraft. He draws his material from McKean County legends, his Grandma B's Swedish folktales, and traumatic personal experiences. He also delves into dark humor and lends a fresh perspective to such classic beings as the werewolf and troll. Bill's best work chills rather than sickens. Sometimes what is left unsaid is the most terrifying of all. . .


The Moor, The Spirit of Catherine, Wide Spot in the Road, Zero Hundred Hours, The Weight, The Brown-Streaked Sidewalk, Menacing Shadow Men, When the Hunter Becomes the Hunted, The Crimson Tinge, Remaining Creative, The One and Only Price Vincent, The Power of Atahualpa, Far Away She Waits for Me, Fetters and Chains, Mary and Emmett, Fear Lurked in the Shadows Here, The Price of a Pint, The Revenge of Old Man Mooney, Hiss N' Spit, The Bud Monster, The Goldenrod, An Unfinished Puzzle, Antique Toys, Luke the Spook, Macabre Dreams, Graduation Day

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