1898 (pub.): The Black Dog of the Hanging Hills [Patrons Only]

In 1898 William H. C. Pynchon, a professor at Trinity University in Hartford, Connecticut, published an article that was very different from his usual studies of the geology of his home state; rather, the article was presented as a straightforward description of a series of odd events that Pynchon experienced while investigating the geology of West Peak mountain, near the town of Meriden, Connecticut, all revolving around a little dog... and a strange curse.

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