Dr. Muncing, Exorcist (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

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Dr. Muncing, Exorcist (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

Dr Muncing Exorcist Fantasy and Horror Classics Many of the earliest occult stories particularly those dating back to the s and before are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive We are republishing these classic works in affordable

  • Title: Dr. Muncing, Exorcist (Fantasy and Horror Classics)
  • Author: Gordon MacCreagh
  • ISBN: 9781447404675
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • Many of the earliest occult stories, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

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    One thought on “Dr. Muncing, Exorcist (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

    1. Cheryl on said:

      First published in the Sept. 1931 issue of Strange Tales of Mystery and Terror magazine. Found at PG Australia. A fun horror story featuring an investigator of the supernatural. Plenty of action.

    2. Leothefox on said:

      Ah, here's another one in the old Sherlock Holmes mold, a little bit like Smith & Petrie in “Fu Manchu” and Raffles & Bunny in Hornung's “Raffles”, we have Dr. Muncing and Jimmy. They've only got the single adventure, but the relationship is there. “Carnacki the Ghost Finder” was perhaps somewhat similar, but he worked alone and didn't have much dialogue beyond narrating his experiences. MacCreagh manages to create his horror story almost entirely with dialogue, since Munci [...]

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