When I was a kid, in about 1987 or so, I read a collection of short horror stories that contained three brief stories. One was about a boy who gets on a bus by himself and meets an old man who is cursed to ride the bus forever. The boy trades his lunch--a cheese sandwich, I remember--for the old man's lunch, and then the old man is able to get off the bus, and the boy is cursed to ride forever.
Another story involves a town which neglects its cemetery, which angers the dead, who somehow summon a storm that carries them into the town. At one point the wind blows a rag into a man's face and a bony hand in the rag claws at him before he can pull it off. At the end of the story the storm passes but the dead leave a message written on a wall saying "DON'T FORGET US AGAIN". The last story is about a boy whose father asks him to go to the garage to get something, but the boy is reluctant to go. Someone else goes and is taken by a creature in the garage, of which only its long, gnarled fingers are seen. At one point the boy goes outside and can see the creature moving in a window. Eventually the boy has to go and is taken, and then the father goes to see what's taking so long and is taken himself. Finally only a dog is left barking inside, and eventually it stops barking and only the thing in the garage is left.
Anyone able to help me identify this collection?