The Vampyre: A Tale (1819)

spookyI guess?
body horrorno
violence toward animalsno
Bechdel-Wallace testpassed
Mako Mori testpassed
X was the real YIt turns out humanity was the real vampyre.

I hope dude read this before Shelley read Frankenstein.

This story was written during the same ghost story session Shelley wrote Frankenstein and it isn't nearly as good as that (although I imagine Shelley fleshed Frankenstein out a bunch before publication), but it was a decent short story. Would recommend.