"Mainly translated and adapted from 'Fantasmagoriana, ou, Recueil d'histoires, d'apparitions, de spectres, revenants [...] traduit de l'allemand, par un Amateur' [by Jean Baptiste Benoît Eyriès] (Paris, 1812)." --Garside.
Statement of responsibility: Translated and adapted by Sarah Elizabeth Utterson. (Cf. Garside)
"In the Introduction to the 1831 edn. of her Frankenstein, Mary Shelley mentions that a reading of the French version of this work in the company of Byron, Polidori and Percy B. Shelley ... prompted their decision to write ghost stories." --Garside.