Alone in the Dark 3

Traditions and Customs of the Navajo

The Traditions and Customs of the Navajo was a book that could be found in the Library room of Slaughter Gulch town hall. It appeared in Alone in the Dark III.

Col. Walker

by Colonel Walker

A man called Pregzt would
appear to be the author of
a blasphemous work entitled
"White Book". The book is said
to have been written in an ink
which is at first invisible.

I have heard that by
firelight Pregzt chanted
impious incantations
to his faithful
before indulging
in unholy acts.


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Alone in the Dark 3

It's 1925 and after Edward Carnby's success in his previous two investigations, a journalist has nicknamed him the 'Supernatural Private Eye'. This time, he is called to investigate the disappearance of a film crew at a two-bit ghost town known by the name of Slaughter Gulch located in the Mojave Desert in California. Among the disappeared crew is Emily Hartwood, Jeremy Hartwood's niece from the original. Edward soon discovers that a curse has gripped the town, and an evil cowboy from the Badlands named Jed Stone is the villain who is responsible for the crew's disappearance. Lurking around town are many trigger-happy sharpshooters, deranged prospectors, and bloodthirsty lost souls whom Edward must ward off with both his strength and his wit.

Launch Year: 1994
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