Charles W. Cameron

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[[Charles W. Cameron]] (October 31, 1927 - January 7, 2001) also known as Daemon has been called "the godfather of [[Bizarre Magick]]."  
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'''Charles W. Cameron''' (October 31, 1927 - January 7, 2001) also known as Daemon has been called "the godfather of [[Bizarre Magick]]."  
 
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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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* Tribute in [[Linking Ring]], March 2001
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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

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
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