The Lovecraft series continues with another primary revision.
Raw Feed (2005): “The Electric Executioner”, Adolphe de Castro [and H. P. Lovecraft], 1929.
Like Castro’s “The Last Test”, this story was based on a story published earlier and entirely by Castro.
This story is mostly an example of humoring the mad man. It does have a curious continuity error in that the mad scientist takes the narrator’s gun, but, later, the narrator mentions he is in possession of his revolver.
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