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Mysterious Rare Book Thief Allegedly A Fashion Photographer And NOT Aleister Crowley

A couple of weeks ago, it was brought to the city's attention that a man who bore a striking resemblance to servant of Satan Aleister Crowley had stolen a couple of rare and possibly magical and mysterious books from an Upper East Side book shop. Now the man has been arrested, and investigators say he is just a run of the mill fashion photographer. Or so the official story goes.
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