Satan Day-Star Son of the Morning Lucifer and Russell Isaac Humberd old time religion
I am afraid not too much has been documented about nutty fruitcake Russell Isaac Humberd, but he "spoke on 66 different radio stations" and that's enough for me. Here is one of the more than FORTY self-published books he put out from the home base in Indiana. In this book Satan (also know as Lucifer, Day-Star and Son of the Morning) sends a telegraph, a movie theater projectionist simply can not be a Christian, and a man throws himself off a ladder at the carnival for some reason. Best of all, there is a map showing the route the serpent took on his trip from "the seed of the woman" to "the lake of fire" while avoiding slumber.
As you can see from the cover booze, a skull and a smoldering cannon figure in Humberd's world view.
SATAN by R. I. Humberd (no date) 128 Pages Flora Indiana (50 cents) Collection Jim Linderman