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Friday, 08 April 2022


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Cameras and horror sure seem to go together well, don't they? Not sure why, perhaps because the nature of capturing an image seems like magic?

Anyhoo, for short fiction I recommend "The Montavarde Camera" by Avram Davidson, and "The Rabbi's Hobby" by Peter S Beagle. One is about a camera with a dark history; the other is about a found photograph.

I enjoyed that. Thank you.

CBS Radio Mystery Theater also had an Episode in 1974:


A young photographer discovers a strange camera that can photograph incidents yet to happen. But he is persuaded by its creators. And the people whose futures have already been predicted by the camera.

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