|Satan's Snowdrop (1980) [Novel]|
by Guy N. Smith
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(From the publisher):
Many men had perished there - frail bodies bouncing and smashing on the jagged rocks in the chasm below.
For centuries its dark shape had loomed beside a waterfall in Switzerland - the home of the evil Reichenback family. The last of their race had been a Nazi torturer, murdered by one of his victims. Now the big house lies empty, but evil forces still surround it - and countless human skeletons are buried in the grounds.
When Al Pennant, a wealthy antique-dealer, buys the deserted mansion his family finds it full of nameless terrors...the screams of tortured victims.So Al decides to ship it back to America piece by piece, hoping thus to dispel its dark influences.
But strange visitations and putrefying spectres continue to plague the living inhabitants with terror and madness...and always the smell of rotting flesh.
For this place belongs to the devil's henchman...and a single bloodsoaked snowdrop is the symbol of his sway.
Original title: Satan's Snowdrop
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ Haunted Houses