This volume is a carefully chosen collection of five stories that reflect the close relationship between Mr. Eddy and H. P. Lovecraft, author of the weird and macabre, as creative writers and friends. Three of the stories in this book, "Pilgrimage of Peril", "The Vengeful Vision", and "A Solitary Solution" were written during the Lovecraftian association. A fourth, "Miscreant From Murania" was completed in 1951. The subjects of the stories touch upon the themes of teleportation, ghosts, mystery, and vampirism. The fifth story, "Black Noon" started by Mr. Eddy in 1967, but not completed due to his death, is presented here in its unfinished form. This tale is a fictionalized parallelism of C. M. Eddy's and H. P. Lovecraft's literary liasion.