THE DREAM WOMAN

by Wilkie Collins. from Household Words, Dec. 1855. Is the Dream Woman really dangerous or just a figment of his imagination? A Mystery in Four Narratives PART I. The First Narrative: Introductory Statement of the Facts by Percy Fairbank "Hullo, there! Hostler! Hullo-o-o!" "My dear! why don't you look for the bell?" "I HAVE looked--there is no bell." "And nobody in the yard. How very extraordinary! Call again, dear." "Hostler! Hullo, there! Hostler-r-r!" My second call echoes through empty space, and rouses nobody--produces, in short, no visible result. I am at the end of my resources--I Continue reading