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Author:Elliot O'Donnell

Elliot O'Donnell
(1872–1965)
Anglo-Irish writer of Ghost stories.
Elliot O'Donnell

WorksEdit

  • For Satan's Sake (1904)
  • Unknown Depths (1905)
  • Some Haunted Houses (1908)
  • Haunted Houses of London (1909)
  • Reminiscences of Mrs.E. M. Ward (1910)
  • Byways of Ghostland (1911)
  • The Meaning of Dreams (1911)
  • Scottish Ghost Stories (1912)
  • The Sorcery Club (1912)
  • Werewolves (1912)
  • Animal Ghosts (1913)
  • Ghostly Phenomena (1913)
  • Haunted Highways and Byways (1914)
  • The Irish Abroad (1915)
  • Twenty Years' Experience as a Ghost Hunter (1916)
  • The Haunted Man (1917)
  • Spiritualism Explained (1917)
  • Fortunes (1918)
  • Haunted Places in England (1919)
  • Menace of Spiritualism (1920)
  • More Haunted Houses of London (1920)
  • Ghosts, Helpful and Harmful (1924)
  • The Banshee (1907)
  • Strange Disappearances (1927)
  • Strange Sea Mysteries (1926)
  • The Ghost-Table (1928) Published in Weird Tales (vol. 11, no. 2) (February 1928)
  • Confessions of a Ghost Hunter (1928)
  • Great Thames Mysteries (1929)
  • Famous Curses (1929)
  • Fatal Kisses (1929)
  • The Boys' Book of Sea Mysteries (1930) Dodd, Mead & Company
  • Rooms of Mystery (1931) London: Philip Allan & Co. Ltd.
  • Ghosts of London (1932)
  • The Devil in the Pulpit (1932)
  • Family Ghosts (1934)
  • Strange Cults & Secret Societies of Modern London (1934)
  • Spookerisms; Twenty-five Weird Happenings (1936)
  • Haunted Churches (1939)
  • Ghosts with a Purpose (1952)
  • Dead Riders (1953)
  • Dangerous Ghosts (1954)
  • Phantoms of the Night (1956)
  • Haunted Waters, and Trees of Ghostly Dread (1958)
  • The Unlucky Theatre
  • Haunted Britain


 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1965, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 50 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.