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- Jean Ray is the best-known pseudonym among the many used by Raymundus Joannes de Kremer, a prolific Belgian writer. Although he wrote journalism, stories for young readers in Dutch by the name John Flanders, and scenarios for comic strips and detective stories, he is best known for his tales of the fantastique written in French under the name Jean Ray. Among speakers of English, he is famous for his macabre novel Malpertuis, which was filmed by Harry Kümel in 1971. He also used the pseudonyms King Ray, Alix R. Bantam and Sailor John, among others.
- also known as Raymond Jean Marie de Kremer, John Flanders, John Peter Flanders, Tekla G., Haigh, Larssen Hegel, Ambrosius Acker, Sedgemoor, WW. Woodcock, Acel Reiss, Jerry M. Temple, Albin D. Young, Brenford Dales, Kapitein Bill, Sidney Irving, Eustace Gill-Banks, J. White-Stewart, Andrew Foyle
- born on (128 years ago) in Ghent
- profession: Writer
- died on (51 years ago) in Ghent
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- Jean Ray is the elder sister of Brian Ray.
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by Finn Laursen
in 1967 and French president Charles de Gaulle vetoed Hallstein as president, Jean Ray became president of the new single Commission ...
by Peter Hunt
fantastic stories (Jean Ray) and informative stories (Léon Thoorens) were very popular, but not always ...
Encyclopedia of the Arctic (2012)
by Mark Nuttall
Wendell Oswalt, Dorothy Jean Ray, and Jim ...
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