Your Favorite Antiquarian Ghost Stories by Authors Other than M. R. James

Here's a piece with remarks about ghost story by practitioner Russell Kirk, including a couple of photos of the man.

There's a very good anthology of horror stories, all relating to the same hotel, which are on BBC radio called The Hotel. Apparently it was written by Daisy Johnson, and whilst there doesn't seem to be a written version, the BBC radio version is excellent. It's very much in the style of MR James and well worth a listen on the BBC Sounds.
"The Furnished Room" by O. Henry, if a ghostly smell of perfume counts.
It doesn't really belong here, but I like "The Red Room" by H.G. Wells; it seems like an anti-ghost story because the titular room is simply "haunted by fear."
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