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Cameron was a Scriptwriter/ Broadcaster for the B.B.C., Past President and founding member of the [[Edinburg Magic Circle]], editor/publisher of [[The Cauldron]] magazine. He a regular contributor to [[Abracadabra]], [[Magick]], [[Invocation]], [[Swami]], [[Gen]], [[Pentagram]], and [[Singapore Sorcerer]].
  
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Cameron ran the Count Dracula Theatre in Edinburgh's Wax Works in the late 1980's.<ref>Tribute in [[Linking Ring]], March 2001
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Cameron was a Scriptwriter/ Broadcaster for the B.B.C., Past President and founding member of the Edinburg Magic Circle, editor/publisher of The [[Cauldron]] magazine. He a regular contributor to [[Abracadabra]], [[Magick]], [[Invocation]], [[Swami]], [[Gen]], [[Pentagram]], and [[Singapore Sorcerer]].
 
 
Cameron ran the Count Dracula Theatre in Edinburgh's Wax Works in the late 1980's.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 20:06, 2 March 2012

Charles W. Cameron (October 31, 1927 - January 7, 2001) also known as Daemon has been called "the godfather of Bizarre Magick."

Charles W. Cameron
BornOctober 31, 1927
DiedJanuary 07, 2001 (age 73)
Edinburough, Scotland
CategoriesBooks by Charles W. Cameron

Cameron was a Scriptwriter/ Broadcaster for the B.B.C., Past President and founding member of the Edinburg Magic Circle, editor/publisher of The Cauldron magazine. He a regular contributor to Abracadabra, Magick, Invocation, Swami, Gen, Pentagram, and Singapore Sorcerer.

Cameron ran the Count Dracula Theatre in Edinburgh's Wax Works in the late 1980's.[1][2]


Books

  • Witches Brew (1967)
  • Handbook of Horror (1969)
  • Mind your Magic (1972)
  • Curiosities of Old Edinburgh (1975)
  • Devil's Diary (1976)
  • Macabre and Mental Mysteries (1981)
  • Castle Dracula Mentalism (1997)

References

  1. Tribute in Linking Ring, March 2001
  2. Obit Genii 2001 March