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The Wand Of Doom by Jack Williamson
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The Wand Of Doom

by Jack Williamson

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I believe that Paul Telfair's unnatural fear of spiders was a dark heritage from the creeping, monstrous forebears of humanity, an atavistic survival from the things that wallowed and devoured one another in the ooze and slime of the primordial mud-flats where life began. The Wand of Doom by Jack Williamson was rated, by the readers of Weird Tales, as the best story published in its pages in 1923.… (more)

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