|Aleister Crowley yesterday|
The book, and article, suggest that Aleister Crowley, on his way to inventing Thelema, was so annoyed at Egyptologists disturing Tutankhamun's tomb that he set about murdering six men in some sort of Hammer horror style revenge. These murders were then blamed on the supernatural curse of Tutankhamun when it was really just Crowley throwing people off balconies.
The research is described as a "unique analysis [our emphasis] of Crowley's diaries, essays and books and inquest reports" which appears to come to the conclusion of "Crowley, 'wickedist man in the world, what what. Drug taking bugger, and, Egyptian stuff, erm, Jack the Ripper
So, should the London Fortean Society invite author Mark Beynon in to give a talk?