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Dr. Lionel Barrett, the physicist, accompanied by the mediums, travel to the Belasco House in Maine, which has been abandoned and sealed since 1949 after a decade of drug addiction, alcoholism, and debauchery. For one night, Barrett and his colleagues investigate the Belasco House and learn exactly why the townfolks refer to it as the Hell House.
Linus Magnell, 22 januari 2008
En spökhistoria som utspelar sig 1970. Det märks inte att boken har snart 40 år på nacken. Visserligen är den förnyad 1999 men handlingen och karaktärerna är tidlösa. Den är välskriven och lagom lång. Den handlar om ett team anlitat att undersöka Belasco Mansion som sägs vara en extremt hemsökt herrgård. Huset har stått öde i 30 år efter att de två tidigare försöken att studera och lösa husets gåta slutat i totala katastrofer. Med tanke på att Stephen King kallat detta verk för "the scariest ... Läs hela recensionen
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Richard Matheson is "The New York Times" bestselling author of "I Am Legend," "Other Kingdoms," "Somewhere in Time," "The Incredible Shrinking Man," "A Stir of Echoes," "The Beardless Warriors," "The Path," "Seven Steps to Midnight," "Now You See It...," and "What Dreams May Come," among others. He was named a Grand Master of Horror by the World Horror Convention, and received the Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement. He has also won the Edgar, the Spur, and the Writer's Guild awards. In 2010, he was inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame. In addition to his novels, Matheson wrote screenplays, and he wrote for several Twilight Zone episodes, including "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet," based on his short story. He was born in New Jersey and raised in Brooklyn, and fought in the infantry in World War II. He earned his bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri. He lives in Calabasas, California.