The first – The Tomb of Sara – was written by English navy officer, and writer, Frederick George Loring. It was one of the very first stories from the last century featuring a lady vampire.
The feminine element represents the connection with Luella Miller by Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman. The inhabitant of a haunted house sucks life out of everyone who gets interested in her – and the atmosphere gets denser throughout the story.
This relatively short story is incredibly touching, and you will remember it for a long time. The atmosphere builds up thanks to well-chosen voices, music, and graphics.