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Gri Keel Eight-Tower

Gri Keel Eight-Tower

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Also
by
John
A.
Keel
Visitors
From
Space
Operation
Trojan Horse
John
A.
Keel
The Cosmic Question
PANTHER
GRANADA
PUBLISHING
LondonTorontoSydney
NewYork
 
Published by Granada Publishing Limitedin Panther Books 1978Granada Publishing LimitedFrogmore,
St
Albans, Hem
AL2
2NFand
3
Upper
James Street, London WIR
4BP
1221
Avenue of ihe Americas, New York,
NY
10020,
USA
117
York Street, Sydney,
NSW
2000
Australialoo Skyway Avenue, Toronto, Ontario,
Canada
M9W
3A6
Trio City, Coventry Swet, Johannesburg
2001,
South Africa
CML
Centre, Queen
&
Wyndham, Auckland
I,
New ZealandFirst published in the
USA
by
E P Dutton
&
Co
Inc
1976
under the title of
The
Eighth
Tower
Copyright
@
John A. Keel
1975
Made and printed in Great Britain by
I
Richard
Clay
(The Chaucer
Press)
LtdBungay, SuffolkSet in Linotype Plantin
Ii
This
book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not,
by
way
of
Erade
or otherwise,
be
lent,
re-sold, hired outor otherwise circulated without the publisher's priorconsent in
any
form of binding or cover other than thatin which
iz
ispublished and without a similar conditon
including
his
condition being imposed on
the
subsequentpurchaser.PART
ONE
I
do not know how to find
out
anything new
without
being
offensive.
Charles Fort
 
'What's a nice Jewish boy like you doing
in
a place like this?'&stas, a fully accredited scoundrel, gasped as the ropesaround his arms sawed into his flesh.
'HOW
come you couldn't beat
this
hum rap?' Dismasgrunted, his body hanging loose. against the wooden beam, de-feated by the irrevocable law of gravity.Between them, suspended from a third wooden cross ofquestionable workmanship, the man named Yehoshuah moanedand mumbled incoherently. Unlike his two companions,Yehoshuah was not tied to the crossbeam but had been nailedin place. He was in considerable pain.
A
heavy spike had beendriven into each of his palms and his full weight rested uponthe delicate muscles and hones of his bleeding hands.
The
tension
011
his outstretched arms worked against the othermuscles in his body, particularly his diaphragm, which actuatesthe lungs. Breathing would become increasingly more difficultuntil, finally, death by asphyxiation would result.Overhead, the desert sun dimmed and the skies darkened.'What'd he say?' Gains Cassius asked.'Don't know. Something about somebody named Elias.Must be one of those freaks
that
were hanging around
him.'
'They all took off in a hurry, didn't they?' The centurionchuckled.'They wanted to save their own skins. Never saw it fail.''What's that you've got there?' Cassius asked his friend.'The robe that guy was wearing. It's a pretty good robe.''Yeah, well
if
that's all we're getting out of this, we mightas well cut it up.''It's too good to cut. It's really a good robe.''Okay, okay. Then we'll draw lots. The winner keeps thewhole
thing.
Somebody might as well get something out oftins''Funny. That guy made all kinds of claims. He was
a
real
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