Algernon Blackwood (1869-1951) led a
rich and varied life. Storyteller, mystic, adventurer, and radio and television
personality, he is best remembered for his two superlative horror stories, "The
Willows" and "The Wendigo." But in his lifetime he wrote over 150 stories, at
least a dozen novels, two plays, and quite a few children's books as well. By
the time of his death, he had become one of the greatest writers of
supernatural fiction in the twentieth century.
Un grupo de cazadores que se adentran en un valle remoto y desconocido, uno de los cazadores se adentra en un lugar que llaman el Valle de las bestias, mientras persigue a un enorme ciervo, donde descubre que los animales se comportan de manera distinta b... SEE MORE