Told by the Dead

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First edition, cover art by David Kendall. ToldByTheDead.jpg
First edition, cover art by David Kendall.

Told by the Dead is a collection of horror stories by British writer Ramsey Campbell, published by PS Publishing in 2003. The first edition contains a foreword by Poppy Z. Brite and an afterword by the author. It won the 2004 British Fantasy Award for best collection.

The stories included are:


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