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The Guilty Hung Their Heads in Dishonor
Society was shocked at his merciless exposures. The guilty, branded with their infamy, hung their heads in dishonor They cried out to stop him—they invoked the powers of earth to silence him. Alone he defied the world. Was he master of the
passions of men that he could craze with hatred and hypnotize with love? What was this strange magic that held hundreds of thousands spellbound? Why did one man give his own life to take the life of Brann, the Iconoclast?
BRANN, the Iconoclast
He tore off the sham draperies of Virtue-snatched away the purple cloak of Hypoc. risy-threw aside the mock mantle of Modesty-laid bare the blinding nakedness of Truth. With the fury of an avenging angel he hurled himself upon every fake and fraud of Christendom. With a boldness that outraged convention, struck terror to the hearts of the timid, blasted the lives of the guilty, he revealed the shame of the great and mighty, the rich, the titled, the powerful.
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