R.I.P. – The Lame Priest by S. Carleton

“I do not know why, but that black track had a desolate look on the white ground, and the black priest hurrying down the hill looked desolate, too. There was something infinitely lonely, infinitely pathetic, in that scurrying figure, indistinct through the falling snow.” The Lame Priest is a gothic short story by Susan MorrowContinue reading “R.I.P. – The Lame Priest by S. Carleton”