During 1886, fourteen year old Hannah Grey was a singer in the Victorian Music Hall. One night she made an enemy of Mystro, the famous hypnotist, while she was singing ‘The Little Lost Dog.’ Soon afterwards, whenever she heard that song, Hannah began to have terrible fits of temper which she could never remember. She was without money or friends. Haunted by a vision of Mystro’s eyes, she knew that she must find him to regain her happiness.
- Art: Claude Berridge
- Reprinted and translated into Dutch as “Hanna, word wakker” (Hannah, wake up) – Debbie Parade album #12 (1981).
- The Eyes that Haunted Hannah – Mandy: #439 (14 June 1975) – #453 (20 September 1975)
- Reprinted as Sing a Song of Hate! – Mandy: #747 (9 May 1981) – #761 (15 August 1981)