Not sure what the official title is for the novel equivalent of the 'found footage' movie genre, but you know the sort of stuff I mean where some documentary material is left by a person or persons who have gone missing or been killed. Movies of this sort are usually horrors such as Blair Witch and Cloverfield, but what about books? Any good ones out there?
Off the top of my head, the only two I can think of are A Strange Manuscript found in a Copper Cylinder by James De Mille, and House on the Borderlands by William Hope Hodgson. Enjoyed both, and the 'found footage' thing in general. So any others please?
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