* Original Color and Sepia illustrations by E. L. Blumenschein as per the Duffield & Company edition of 1909
* Page Decorations for the Title Page, All Chapters.
* Original Glyphs, Special Symbols and Lettering as Edgar Allan Poe intended in his authorized editions.
The Fall of the House of Usher
An unnamed narrator arrives at the home of his friend, Roderick Usher after having received a letter from him icomplaining of an illness and asking for help.
The Masque of the Red Death
Prince Prospero and many other nobles seek refuge in an abbey to escape the Red Death, a terrible plague with gruesome symptoms that is spreading acrross the country.
The Pit and the Pendulum
This is a story of torment for a prisoner of the Spanish Inquisition. The prisoner is the story narrator and describes his agonizing experience.
The Black Cat
A story, or perhaps more, a study of the psychological guilt. A murderer heedfully covers his crime and believes he is secure, but eventually he admits his offense after being driven over the edge by his persistent reminder of his guilt.
The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar
The narrator of this story is a hypnotist and is curious to see what effects mesmerism would have on a dying person. He experiment is carried out on his friend M. Valdema, a very ill man who is about to die from phthisis.
The story's main character, William Legrand is bitten by a golden-colored insect. Legrand's servant, Jupiter believes his boss is going insane and requests Legrand's old friend to stop by for a visit. Upon his arrivial, Legrand pulls both his frien and Jupiter into an adventure after deciphering a secret message that will lead to a buried treasure.
The Murders in the Rue Morgue
A story surrounding the mysterious double murder of Madame L'Espanaye and her daughter in the Rue Morgue, a fictional street in Paris. The murder occurs in a room which is locked from the inside!