Category Archives: Alan Twist

The Tiger’s Head by Paul Halter

Suitcases have been cropping up, full of the dismembered arms and legs of young ladies, all over London – although one was found in the village of Leadenham. An odd kind of place, Leadenham. There have also been some bizarre … Continue reading

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The Seventh Hypothesis by Paul Halter

August 31, 1938. PC Edward Watkins is on patrol that night with no expectations of anything unusual happening. He then a) spots the silhouette of a plague doctor – complete with a beaked mask – not worn for centuries; b) … Continue reading

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The Demon of Dartmoor by Paul Halter

In the village of Stapleford, the lady of the manor falls to her death down a flight of stairs. Witnesses said that she didn’t fall but was pushed by an invisible assailant. Fifty years later, history repeats itself, as, over … Continue reading

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