Dagon and Other Macabre Tales - From Beyond Summary & Analysis

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From Beyond Summary

"From Beyond" is the story of Crawford Tillinghast, told from the point of view of an unnamed narrator. Tillinghast is the narrator's friend, and he begins the story by describing how Crawford's mysterious examinations into the metaphysical have lead to the man becoming weathered and thin. Tillinghast was always fascinated by philosophy, and his most ardent desire was to get to the bottom of the mysteries of the universe. His investigations into these mysteries led him to produce a machine that he believed could activate the pineal gland such that those nearby could see into the realm of a higher reality existing alongside our own. Tillinghast's explorations continued, and eventually he invited the narrator over to see the results of his experimentation.

A little before the narrator's visit, two of Crawford Tillinghast's most loyal servants went missing, and when the narrator...

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