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Mark de Mori

Mark de Mori (born February 11, 1982)[1] is an Australian professional boxer who fights in the Heavyweight division. He is the current WBF World Heavyweight champion and is currently ranked #8 in WBA official Heavyweight rankings.[2]


  • Notes on the series 1
    • General structure 1.1
    • Inventions 1.2
    • Influence 1.3
    • Critical opinion 1.4
  • Summaries of Hodgson's Carnacki stories 2
    • "The Gateway of the Monster" 2.1
    • "The House Among the Laurels" 2.2
    • "The Whistling Room" 2.3
    • "The Horse of the Invisible" 2.4
    • "The Searcher of the End House" 2.5
    • "The Thing Invisible" 2.6
    • "The Hog" 2.7
    • "The Haunted Jarvee" 2.8
    • "The Find" 2.9
  • Adaptations 3
    • Television 3.1
  • Carnacki stories by other authors 4
    • 472 Cheyne Walk 4.1
      • "The Darkness" 4.1.1
      • "Matheson's Inheritance" 4.1.2
    • "Doctor Who: Foreign Devils" 4.2
    • The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen 4.3
    • Audience with the Ghost Finder 4.4
    • The Diogenes Club 4.5
    • Carnacki in the Cthulhu Mythos 4.6
    • "A Forgotten Caudetan Incident" 4.7
    • Gravel 4.8
    • Sherlock Holmes: The Breath of God 4.9
    • Parodies 4.10
    • The Adventure of the Haunted Library 4.11
  • See also 5
  • Further reading 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8


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