Manitoba man inherits trove of famous author Robert Bloch’s belongings

CBC News: Manitoba man inherits trove of famous author Robert Bloch’s belongings

Robert Unik, who lives near Winnipeg, inherited a large collection of letters, documents, photos and autographed books that belonged to famed writer (and major SF fan), Robert Bloch. Unik’s great-aunt Elly was born in Manitoba, became a model, moved to Los Angeles, and married Robert Bloch.

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