Evening Standard Reporter.
Edward Aleister Crowley, black-magician, who called himself the “worst man in the world,” left 18 pounds, 0s. 6d., apart form his property and effects as an author.
Crowley died in December 1947. His will was published today. He was described as “author, poet, explorer, magician, mystic and mountaineer.” He lived in The Ridge, Hastings.
Probate was granted to Mrs. Harris of Devonshire Terrace, Marleybone, High Street, W., and Louis U. Wilkinson, of St. Leonards Terrace, Chelsea, S.W.