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The Horror in the Museum
     

The Horror in the Museum

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by H. P. Lovecraft, Hazel Heald, Dons Ebooks
 

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Anyway, it was devilish heavy. We had to have the Americans down to get It out. They weren't anxious to go into the place, but of course the worst thing was safely inside the box. We told them it was a batch of ivory carving--archeological stuff; and after seeing the carved throne they probably believed us. It's a wonder they didn't suspect hidden treasure and demand

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Anyway, it was devilish heavy. We had to have the Americans down to get It out. They weren't anxious to go into the place, but of course the worst thing was safely inside the box. We told them it was a batch of ivory carving--archeological stuff; and after seeing the carved throne they probably believed us. It's a wonder they didn't suspect hidden treasure and demand a share. They must have told queer tales around Nome later on; though I doubt if they ever went back to those ruins, even for the ivory throne.

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BN ID:
2940148799993
Publisher:
Dons Ebooks
Publication date:
08/06/2013
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
40
File size:
33 KB

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Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890-1937), commonly known as H. P. Lovecraft, was an American author known for his works of horror fiction (many of which have been adapted into movies). Having died in obscure poverty, he achieved posthumous fame for his books and stories. Today, he is best known for his take on The Call of Cthulhu. Because of his influence on contemporary writers and the development of his unique style known as "Lovecraftian," he is often compared to Edgar Allan Poe.

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Horror in the Museum 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
hasenbusch More than 1 year ago
There are a couple of chilling and frightening stories that gave me nightmares and they are both from the The Horror in the Museum - 24 Chilling Tales by HPL and others. Both stories are by the same writer - Hazel Heald. First story is The Man of Stone and the other one is Winged Death. Pigeons From Hell by Robert E. Howard is chilling, too. Never read these stories late at night by yourself with limited light and if you hear someone whistling it's too late for you.
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