||Composer Jonathan Purcell spends some days in a nice mansion next to Stonehenge. The druid stone monuments inspire him to write a "barbaric and wretched, unholy" music. When played, the druids come alive and perform human sacrifices at the altar of Stonehenge. Purcell fights them off and burns his devilish music sheets. The barbaric druids turn to stone.
||Pencils: Bill Molno | Inks: Bill Molno | Letters: typeset (Leroy lettering)|