The Crystal Skull by Richard Garvin, 1st Ed, Illustrated, Hardcover w/ D/J, 1973


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The Crystal Skull
by Richard Garvin


A thing of evil in the wrong hands...

Anna Le Guillon Mitchell-Hedges actually discovered the Crystal Skull when she was seventeen. She now owns it and has this to say about it:

"Sometimes I am sorry I did not inter the skull with my father, as he wished. I think that may have been the best place for it. It is a thing of evil in the wrong hands.

"My father believed that the skull brought death only to those who did not revere it - who laughed and jeered at it. He lived for 30 years after he took possession of the skull. During that time, he survived eight bullet wounds and three knife attacks.

"He did not pray to the skull, but he treated it with the same reverence as the Mayan priests. To them, it was akin to a god. I believe that anyone can "will" another to death through the skull. When I sell it, I want it to go to a museum where it can do no harm to anyone.

"I am not afraid of the skull, for I revere it as my late father did, but I am afraid of the harm the skull can do if it gets into the wrong hands."

Publisher: Doubleday and Company, Garden City, New York
Copyright: 1973

Condition: This book is in good condition. Hardcover with D/J. Dust jacket is protected with a mylar cover and is in good shape with minimal wear. Boards are very lightly worn. Hinges tight. Binding square. Book has an ink inscription on the front endpaper. Text block and illustrations are crisp and clean.

108 pages, 5.75" x 8.5"
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