Infernal Legends includes a series of fascinating short stories, by famed occultist and demonologist author J. Collin de Plancy, that explore the world of infernal deal-making. De Plancy's characters run the gamut from the innocent to the most violent and hated figures of the day. The stories delve into the supernatural and explore people who tricked the Devil and those who came up on the losing end of infernal pacts. De Plancy even explores what happens when the Devil must preach the word of God and the consequences of asking the Virgin Mary to intervene on behalf of the righteous.
This book is a handsome octavo volume bound in imitation tan leather, featuring a brown spine and corners. The book features:
New illustrations in the style of 19th century woodcut prints
J. Collin de Plancy was a famed 19th century French occultist, demonologist, researcher and writer on supernatural topics. He published several works on occultism and demonology. Jean-Christophe Dufau is a book author and expert translator, whose works include the first English language translation of the full text of De Plancy's Infernal Dictionary and The Amusements of Cartomancy.