The Bavarian Necromancer of Southern Arizona

There is a price to change — especially when one seeks to change hearts and minds uninvited. So learned the early Jesuit priests of southern Arizona and northern’s Mexico’s missions, who came to bring their version of a Spanish, Catholic God to the tribes of the Sonoran Desert, and who instead, according to legend, ended up fighting a 150-year war with a necromancer they unwillingly brought with them.

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A collection of horror stories, urban legends, and the occult from Arizona’s unexamined past.

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