LISNews British Correspondent Charles Davis writes: "Story at
Books from one of the most eccentric collections in the country are being sold to settle some of the collector's debts.
The Sotheby's auction next month will include around 600 books, mainly on witchcraft and the occult: a tiny part of the vast library of
the late artist Robert Lenkiewicz.
It includes a 17th century spotter's guide to witches and demons, by Joseph Glanvill. His Saducismus Triumphatus was a desperate
attempt to convince sceptics that ghosts and demons were all too real, and included the first-hand evidence of one Elizabeth Styles
that the devil had appeared to her 'in the shape of a handsome Man and after of a black Dog. Then he promised her money, and that
she should live gallantly, and have the pleasure of the world for 12 years, if she would with her blood sign his paper'"