Frozen Hell: The Book That Inspired The Thing

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Written in 1938

Fans of John Carpenter’s “The Thing” can rejoice — here is the original, previously-unpublished, 45-pages-longer version of John W. Campbell’s classic story, “Who Goes There?” (filmed as “The Thing” and “The Thing from Another World”). Recently discovered at Harvard by scholar Alec Nevala-Lee, long buried in John W. Campbell’s papers, here is the original version of “Who Goes There?” It adds an astonishing 45 pages of extra material to the classic story.