A Native American legend materializes in Chicago, and Carl discovers it when he investigates the mysterious deaths of two wealthy society matrons who possessed priceless jewels. When the ... See full summary »

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Captain Joe Baker
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The Diablero
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Dr. Agnes Temple
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Charles Rolling Thunder
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Delgado
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Schwartz
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A Native American legend materializes in Chicago, and Carl discovers it when he investigates the mysterious deaths of two wealthy society matrons who possessed priceless jewels. When the murders increase, Kolchak learns that the force at work is know as The Diablero, a being cursed to roam the Earth in search of valuable gems. Written by acidxian

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The German command of "Sitzen Sie dort", given by dog trainer Schwartz to the Doberman means, "Sit (you)there." See more »

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Kolchak alleges that the crown jewels of France were stolen by the Diablero. In fact, the French crown jewels were stolen by rioters in 1792, but almost all were later recovered, and are now on display at the Louvre. Only the Sancy Diamond and the French Blue Diamond were lost, although it is now believed that the latter was re-cut, and is now known as the Hope Diamond. See more »

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Carl Kolchak: F. Scott Fitzgerald once wrote, "The rich are different than you and me." They sure are. They got more money. But there wasn't enough money in the world to save some of the members of Chicago's upper crust from a fiendish force so dark, it can only be called diabolic.
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Eight foot Diablero
14 September 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Richard Kiel most famous for being Jaws in the James Bond movies plays a rather large Indian evil spirit from the cliff dwelling Hopis who can shape shift and become almost anything. Right now he's using those powers and abilities to accumulate a rather large store of some valuable jewels, courtesy of some of Chicago's society matrons who also get very dead for their contribution.

Victory Jory playing an old Indian shaman whose advice is invaluable to Darren McGavin in finding and defeating the Diablero which is what the cliff dwelling Indian call this spirit. Rival reporter in INS Jack Grinnage working on another story also provides some inadvertent aid in locating Kiel's dwelling.

Just where would an 8 foot cliff dwelling Indian spirit reside in Chicago?


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