I continue my reblog about classic invisibility stories with one that has my favorite invisibility physics explanation! Oh, and buy my book on Invisibility.
Yet another invisibility story! It is simply amazing how many of these are out there. And I haven’t even really looked past the year 1960.
If you look at the cover of the January 1927 issue of Amazing Stories, you could be forgiven for thinking that it contains a reprint of H.G. Wells’ classic The Invisible Man — I mean, Wells’ name is right on the cover!
That cover image, however, depicts a scene from a different story, “The Man Who Could Vanish,” by A. Hyatt Verrill, which is our next invisibility story to discuss!
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