Carl Jacobi – The Tomb From Beyond
Posted by demonik on August 13, 2007
Carl Jacobi – The Tomb From Beyond (Panther 1977)
“The shadowy mass of the mausoleum rose like a curtain before me. I steadied myself, reached up and strove to see the interior. My curiosity was disappointed. And then – my head jerked back with revulsion. sweeping to my nostrils from the inner recesses of that vault had come a horrible fetid smell, a loathsome odour of unutterable filth. Then, without warning something cold and clammy slid across my hands clenched there on the iron bars, and I whipped them away dripping with blood, gashed to the bone ….”
Just a tormenting taste of the blood-blanching horror that awaits you in this classic collection of horror tales.
The Tomb From Beyond
The Digging at Pistol Key
The King and the Knave
A Pair of Swords
A Study in Darkness
Writing On The Wall
The Face In The Wind.
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