Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos - The Salem Horror by Henry Kuttner; The Terror from the Depths by Fritz Leiber; Rising with Surtsey by Brian Lumley Summary & Analysis

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The Salem Horror by Henry Kuttner; The Terror from the Depths by Fritz Leiber; Rising with Surtsey by Brian Lumley Summary

In The Salem Horror, Carson, a novelist of popular fiction and the protagonist, seeks a quite tenement in which he can finish his current novel. He ends up in Salem and rents the house once inhabited by Abigail Prinn, who had been hanged for witchcraft on Gallows Hill in 1692 and thereafter interred with a stake through her heart. Carson finds the house acceptable even though nearly everyone else shuns it. One day he is bothered by a rat and follows the strangely-acting creature into the basement where he locates a secret door. Opening the portal, he discovers a tunnel cut through the rock that ends...

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