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- The German Novelists
- Popular Tales and Romances of the Northern Nations
- Memoirs of Hyppolite Clairon
- Select Popular Tales from the German of Musaeus
- Tales by Musæus, Tieck, Richter
- Rambles and Researches in Thuringian Saxony
- Libussa, Duchess of Bohemia; also, The Man Without a Name
- Popular Tales of the Germans
- Ernestus Berchtold
- Pulp magazines
- Add other translations of Johann August Apel and Friedrich August Schulze
- Find and add other translations of Princess Rosette ("König Pfau" in the Gespensterbuch), including the French original
- Add other translations of Head Master Rhenfried and His Family
- Find and add other translations of Johann Karl August Musäus' "Stumme Liebe".
Add Mary Shelley's "On Ghosts" from The London Magazine, vol 9, March 1824, pp. 253–256. Add the Shelleys' History of a Six Weeks' Tour.
- Add M. G. Lewis' Adelmorn (1801), which looks like it might have been the source of the Princess of Wales' request for a poem about Minna
Add Shelley's On "Frankenstein"and other contemporary reviews of the Lake Geneva ghost stories.
- Tales of the Dead: Blackwoods, Monthly Review s2v77, pp. 378–381 , Quarterly Review, v22, pp. 348–380
- Popular Tales and Romances of the Northern Nations: Blackwoods, Imperial Magazine, Literary Examiner (pp. 123–126), Monthly Magazine (pp. 360–361), Literary Gazette (pp. 466–469 & pp. 486–488), Lady's Magazine (pp. 442–447), The British Magazine (pp.310–323)
- Mrs Grant's Highland Superstitions: mentioned in Eyriès' preface to Fantasmagoriana as being in "the (English) Monthly Review for December 1811", but the review in that magazine was November 1812 – this might be too late for Eyriès to have included it if Fantasmagoriana was published in 1812, so it could have been another review of the same work (or possibly even another work in the same issue of the Monthly Review)
- Make a portal for the ghost stories of Lake Geneva.
Make Author:John William Polidoriand transcribe The Vampyre.
- Add Jane and Anna-Maria Porter's Tales Round a Winter Hearth.
- Add Bell's Weekly Messenger article that inspired "Jeannie Halliday" in Tales Round a Winter Hearth.
- Add the works of Edward Vernon Utterson.