The Infamous Deeds and Postmortem Travels of William Corder

Ann Marten’s premonitory dreams always featured her neighbor’s Red Barn, which earned its moniker not because of the color of its boards but from the otherworldly glow it emitted at dusk. In the local East Anglian lore, this trick of the light set the spot apart as a place of ill omen—and also the perfect … Continue reading The Infamous Deeds and Postmortem Travels of William Corder