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A Ramble House 10-Cent Book (#14)



by Edward Lucas White


“It stands to reason,” said Twombly, “that a man must accept of his own eyes, and when eyes and ears agree, there can be no doubt. He has to believe what he has both seen and heard.”

“Not always,” put in Singleton, softly.


So begins this haunting tale of possession and voodoo from the Golden Age of horror. One of Alfred Hitchcock's favorite tales, he lamented that it was a story "they wouldn't let him do on TV." This is a book that goes to the heart of darkness -- and beyond. 36 pages. $10.00

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