He rams down on the dynamite keg and playing God blows up the side of a mountain. The fear factor frightens the men working for him who obviously speak another language and without knowledge of a more technology based kind of earth halfway around the world believe Be’la Lugosi to be God. Afraid to run away though, the new boss, as a god pushes the native men to mine for as if gold. Boris Karloff (Dr. Rukh) and Bela Lugosi (Dr. Benet) play explorers who travel like missionaries to an African jungle and after working on mining for the gold make a discovery better left undiscovered. After at least one of the men begins to glow after working local natives within the recess of the mine, he finds out that the discovery of a lifetime has turned on him as a curse. The curtain raises on a classic 1936 Universal Pictures black and white film which begins with a marm widow as his mother who a sparkling image of the Psycho mother of Mr. Bates, advises her scientist son to remain a recluse, to stay away from the world, to continue living away from people as he has all of his life. She assures her son that science is his home and his family. It is he that forages out among the unknown elements of the jungle wishing for sights anew and experiments to perform. Boris Karloff also along with Lugosi, the film genre considered somewhat science-fiction since during the time the film made, Director Lambert Hillyer had considerations to face such as the kind of fiction Hubble style telescope developed by the scientists. This reached a part of space which showed a film as art within. Of all the amazing things, the history of the past of the earth reflects back to anyone who gazes through the giant machine. And with the ability to see the future, dangerous minds decide control as the best way to keep the masses. Dr. Rukh, while somewhat come to the realization as the effect of the radiation mined for the substance of the building of the project ~ Begins to lose his mind, and as the fate of others prior to the curse, the future of the explorers as statues between the columns of a future Greek endowed plaster building, one of many throughout a city of now, the future. The many sacrifices of the primary explorers of the new space age surround death, loss and great grief of pain. The ultimate sacrifice, his mother later professes a gain for the future of mankind. Later, after newspaper headlines read Mystery Clouds Tragic Death, and the gala drama of a number of victims who die of the jungle curse, Diana the wife of one of the scientists begins to fear after her husband dies. Her lover though who appears without regret assures her that all was for the best. Horror Grips Crow As Statue Melts reads the next of a series of staunch horror headlines, and with the present event which took place at the large Notre Dame style church of a prior wedding, masses probably assume a miraculous and divine sign of some kind of dimension of a miracle from the pierced man many name as Christ.