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Hell House
Hell House
Author: Richard Matheson
The Belasco House. Some people called it "The Mount everest of haunted houses". It was said that demons stalked the ancient rooms; that rites of black magic and the most perverse sexual crimes had been enacted there; that ghosts played havoc with the minds and souls of visitors who passes a night in the old Maine mansions. Twice, teams of psyc...  more »
ISBN: 133721
Publication Date: 5/1973
Pages: 247
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Publisher: Viking Press/Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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A rich guy hires a scientist to research a haunted house. The scientist brings his wife, and two spiritualists. Then the house takes hold of its temporary occupants. Many other books have the same theme, but Richard Matheson wrote this in 1970. Matheson sucessfully wrote many Twilight Zone and Kolchak television episodes. Very atmospheric, great character development, strong storyline. This haunted house tale does not disappoint. Warning: explicit sex, graphic violence.