Bill Lindsay’s New Book “Curse of a Devil” is a Part-Fact, Part-Fiction Exploration of One of the Most Frightening Mysteries of the Victorian Era: Spring Heeled Jack

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Recent release “Curse of a Devil” from Page Publishing author Bill Lindsay is a gripping exploration of one of the most frightening unsolved mysteries of the Victorian era: Spring Heeled Jack. Using fictitious characters to present factual information, Lindsay explores a variety of encounters and theories as to who or what Jack may have been touching on everything from a mad genius prankster to the devil himself.

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Bill Lindsay, a career carrier for the United States Postal Service and beloved actor portraying characters as diverse as God and the Wizard of Oz in local community arts productions has completed his new book “Curse of a Devil”: an unsettling explorative chronicling encounters with one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of the Victorian era: Spring Heeled Jack.

According to Lindsay, “With all the fantastic characters, creatures, machines and inventions surrounding us today, Spring Heeled Jack might not seem that fantastic or terrifying; however, to those who lived in this very different day and age, an encounter with Jack was life-altering and something that chilled people to the very core of their bones. To this day their remains no real explanation as to who or what he was, which makes his legacy much more frightening. Is it possible he will ever return?”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing Bill Lindsay’s riveting tale takes readers back to another era where cobblestone streets were lit by gaslight and horses were the most common mode of transportation to explore frightening encounters with Spring Heeled Jack and provides insight into who – or what – he may have been while allowing readers to draw their own conclusions.

Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “Curse of a Devil” at bookstores everywhere; or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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