This person is an author who grew up in the Midwest and received a degree in journalism from the University of Missouri. He then held a series of positions with major newspapers in a variety of capacities, until, in 1944, he joined the staff of The New Yorker magazine, as chief of the Annals of Medicine department.
Vincent P. Bananco
One of four dermatologists at the Tulsa Dermatology Clinic, this person treated another physician's wife for an eczema-type rash which continued to increase in severity, despite increasingly stronger treatment.
Owner of Rudy's Pizza, a small restaurant in Closter, New Jersey, this person began to experience a strange phenomenon. Everything tasted and smelled foul, so much so in fact, that he eventually could find some respite only by sitting in the woods behind his house.
The Huckleby family
This group, a nuclear family of parents and...
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