The Spirit's Casebook Of True Haunted Houses & Ghosts
Yesterday would have been Will Eisner's 92nd birthday, and, even though I had this post ready, I completely forgot to put it up. Ah well, better late than never! To celebrate, here's something ultra-rare from the great man.
I picked this up in Cambridge's legendary remaindered bookshop sometime in, I guess, 1976. It's such an odd project for Eisner to do, I'd love to know the who, when, where & why. Was it a case of contractual obligation? Or did Will just really like ghost stories?
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