Jumbee and Other Uncanny Tales
is a collection of fantasy
and horror short stories
by author Henry S. Whitehead
. It was released in 1944
and was his first book published by Arkham House
. 1,559 copies were printed.
The stories for this volume were taken chiefly from the magazines Weird Tales and Adventure.
Jumbee and Other Uncanny Tales contains the following tales:
- "Henry S. Whitehead", by R.H. Barlow
- "Black Tancrède"
- "The Shadows"
- "Sweet Grass"
- "The Black Beast"
- "Seven Turns in a Hangman's Rope"
- "The Tree-Man"
- "Passing of a God"
- "Mrs. Lorriquer"
- "Hill Drums"
- "The Projection of Armand Dubois"
- "The Lips"
- "The Fireplace"
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