|Author||Guy N. Smith|
|Publication date||February, 1980|
The Origin of the Crabs
In a peaceful little town, the chimes ring out and the bloody terrors begin...
Deathbell is a novel written by Guy N. Smith and was published in 1980.
The long deserted Caelogy Hall in the small village of Turbury has new residents. Martyn Hamilton keeps his gates locked, installs a fierce alsatian and shuns all contact with the village. He also installs a bell in his chapel, a bell which rings with a frequency that jars the senses, changes peoples' character and brings on brain haemorrhage and death. Even the deaf are able to hear it. People start dying, going insane and nothing they can do seems to have any effect on their chances to stop the bell.