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Vincent Price’s How-To on Selling Your Soul

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Everyone with a love of scary movies knows that Vincent Price is the undisputed king of horror, starring in nearly a hundred spooky films since his Hollywood debut in 1933. What many people don’t know, however, is that during his horror heyday, he recorded four spoken word records on the subject of the occult, including one with a detailed how-to on spirit summoning and demonology. Now, you can hear it for yourself.

Back in the late 60s and the early 70s, the occult was a hot commodity. Satanism had gone mainstream with Anton Lavey, Hans Holzer and Ed and Lorraine Warren were bringing ghost hunting to the masses, and witchcraft was booming thanks to a rise in schlocky B-films. It only made sense that record companies get in on the action, and while we’re all familiar with the killer occult rock that came out of the era, there were a few oddities that are all but forgotten. Take, for instance, 1969’s Witchcraft and Magic: An Adventure In Demonology, narrated by the one and only Vincent Price.

http://weekinweird.com/2016/11/22/adventures-in-demonology-vincent-price-summoning-demons/

 

For those that like this sort of thing.. the full hour and forty-three minute recording is in the article. Interesting and spooky goodness.

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Rlyeh

Is there a short version?

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rashore

The article didn't say if there was a short version. I would guess perhaps not since the record was originally recorded as a whole piece.

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