Another engrossing unearthing of strange phenomena and strange figures in the field of black magic, Seabrook's lifelong obsession. He believes firmly that evil manifestations, the sole power of witchcraft as a whole, exist only in the field of suggestion, in the mind of man, conscious, or subconscious. He exposes Satanism for what it is. His subject covers a wide range:- witch dolls, in Africa, France, London; primitive jungles and the haut monde; vampires and werewolves, with a fascinating tale of the Austrian Vampire of the 16 century; white magic, telepathy, -- precognition, the Rhine experiments in extra-sensory perceptions; modern Cagliostros etc. A well --seasoned traveler explores hex-infested byways -- and makes it good reading.