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Locals believe that a supernatural entity is behind the unseasonably hot sandstorms in Egypt. Can it be true? Sax Rohmer, today on The Classic Tales Podcast.
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A note on our story:
Sax Rohmer’s work is pretty problematic. I mean, there’s no reason to point out that the vampire in last week’s episode was a Jewess for any other reason than being antisemitic. It didn’t add anything to the plot or character. But sentiments such as these shouldn’t go unaddressed. Just want to point that out.
And now, The Knight of the Necropolis, Part 4 of 8, by Sax Rohmer.