From the mysterious jungles of Bengal to the glittering lights of an American city came the Swami--bringing with him a magic emerald possessing the power to unlock the forbidden secrets of the future!
Dean Hall; Orry Kane; swami [Jones]
Dean Hall and Orry Kane are on a trip in Bengal. Kane tries again to persuade Hall to sell him his theater, Hall again refuses. They enter a village and see a swami who predicts an elephant stampede. The square is emptied just in time. A month later Hall auditions acts for his theater when the swami appears on stage. He makes two predictions which comes true. Later the swami is asked to appear at the theater and he says he will not enter as it will be struck by a meteor. Hall sells the theatre to Kane and leaves. The swami is then revealed to be a fake. Then a meteor hits the theatre.
in Terror Tales Album (K. G. Murray, 1977 series) #8 ([October 1978]) [Job number (B-1251), and copyright details deleted from reprint. Page headings deleted: “The Unexpected” (odd pages) and “The Swami of Broadway” (even pages), except for pp1.]