Doug Henslowe is a native of Savannah, Georgia. He was good friends with Walter Winston, the avant-garde composer with an interest in the occult.
In 1926, Henslowe, Winston, and their companions assaulted what they claimed was a cultist ritual to bring …
Walter Winston was born Walther Wahnstein in Bonn, Germany. He emigrated to America in 1905 and changed his name around the start of World War I.
Winston was a composer of both popular and classical music. His popular music includes several successful …
Vince Stack was a New York City-based private investigator. A veteran of the Great War, he was known for his ability to ferret out information and his two-fisted methods of interrogation. He had a vast network of contacts that he frequently put to good use …
Katherine Clark was an art student at Bernard College in New York City; it was there she met Walter Winston and Dr. F. C. Kullman, who both taught at Columbia University. The two men convinced her that there was a real danger presented by a cult in Los …
Franklin Charles Kullman, PhD
Dr. Franklin Charles Kullman was one of America's most respected researchers into parapsychology, as well as the history of occult texts and lost mystery religions. (His monograph on the Elysian Mysteries is still considered a classic in the field.) While …