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Kolchak and the Lost World

Narrated by: Johnny Heller
Length: 2 hrs and 57 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
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After convincing a serial killer to confess, newspaper reporter Kolchak is offered an international assignment with massive coverage around the world. With fame and fortune finally within reach, he's ready to cover the story - until he's confronted by a mysterious monk who warns him that "the 72 must always be".

What this means is not explained. But before he knows it, Kolchak's dreams are invaded by inexplicable images warning him that every step he takes toward the big story is bringing him closer to death.

©2016 C. J. Henderson (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Would’ve Made a great Episode for the Show


I was a fan of the Kolchak Night Stalker show back in the 70s. It was one of the first forays into unexplained phenomena. For those that aren't familiar with the show, the great Darin McGavin portrayed the title character in two tv films and a short lived show, as a reporter who uncovers vampires, werewolves and more. This show inspired a young man named Chris Carter to create the X-Files. McGavin even appeared in an episode. This original story fits the show and character perfectly. I read this book using immersion reading while listening to the audio book. Johnny Heller's voice is perfect, embodying the character to a T. As usual Kolchak finds himself drawn to the unusual. A great short story, very entertaining.

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Kolchak finally finds inner peace

Having being a fan of the great Kolchak since the start of his adventures, this might be a fitting​ conclusion for the great detective/reporter. Please keep in mind that "things that go bump in the night" will always be attracted to our hero.