Dead Men's Tales

Dead Men's Tales

Dead Men s Tales The tales and sketches contained in this volume consist chiefly of republished magazine stories illustrative of Melbourne life though several others dealing with external localities are included To s

  • Title: Dead Men's Tales
  • Author: Charles Junor
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The tales and sketches contained in this volume consist chiefly of republished magazine stories illustrative of Melbourne life, though several others dealing with external localities are included To some critics, certain yarns related herein may appear too grotesquely weird or extravagant for serious consideration Introduction Within very few pages, cannibals, a ghoThe tales and sketches contained in this volume consist chiefly of republished magazine stories illustrative of Melbourne life, though several others dealing with external localities are included To some critics, certain yarns related herein may appear too grotesquely weird or extravagant for serious consideration Introduction Within very few pages, cannibals, a ghoul in the waterhole, a vampiric leper, a death adder, a husband cuckolded by his unsuspecting companion puzzling huh , and a fatal curse laid on the discoverer of the remains of the two protaganists see cover On to the second story and we have photographic safeguards over a bank vault and an hypnotic burglar Soon we are in the realm of hereditary catalepsy leading to premature burial horrors in the tomb a murderous husband who takes a razor to himself to prevent his dead wife meeting her suitor in the hereafter the inadvisability of women lion tamers Queen Victoria astral travelling to Melbourne an Afghani ghost attending a picnic a machine that will read the last thoughts of a dead man s brain The Australian Town and Country Journal s review probably sums up the book best irredemiably gruesome ghastly in their grim and merciless realism and so improbable that one is tempted to resort to the White Queen s recipe for believing impossible thlngs Here s an easy to believe lesson for us all from Junor The sudden shock to my system, caused by total abstinence, effected so seriously a decline in my physical health that my mental faculties seemed unstrung, and my intellect dislocated.

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