Alfred Hitchcock's Ghostly Gallery: Eleven Spooky Stories for Young People by Alfred Hitchcock and illustrated by Fred Banbery is a 206-page hardcover published in 1962 by Random House, New York. The dust jacket has numerous chips and shelf wear along the edges. Inside, there is very light bumping to the spine. Inside, the book is clean and pristine, with tight binding. The condition is very good.
"I don't want you to begin this book under false pretenses. This is not David Copperfield or Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. This is a book of ghost stories and is designed both to frighten and instruct. You see, my aim is to teach you about ghosts and I feel you will be a very sympathetic audience. This is not a one man show. The gallery is featuring nine of the very best ghost writers. Pick out a story and read it. That will make you one-tenth of a ghost. Then proceed with the others. I know you will enjoy yourselves and the next time you see my friendly apparition rising from inside your television tube, I trust you will feel a new friendship toward a fellow spirit.
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 62-14298