by Lewis Padgett
Publisher: The Galaxy Publishing Corporation 1954
Number of pages: 130
It concerns Robert Cameron, trained in applied psychology, who finds himself being driven insane by a strange, unfathomable force. As an experienced psychometrician he fights the terrifying hallucinations (a doorknob opens a blue eye and looks at him). He knows his job is vital.
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