A typographical error (often shortened to typo), is a mistake made in the typing process (such as a spelling mistake) or in printed material. Over the years a few have popped up in the Bellairs Corpus.
Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies
- Page 25: The Litany of Saint Fidgeta includes two verses whose opening lines are reversed.
The Treasure of Alpheus Winterborn
- The preview page of the 1985 Bantam paperback edition begins, "Johnny read the strange message he discovered...." even though the book is the first in the Anthony Monday series.
The Revenge of the Wizard's Ghost
- Reverse cover (1985 Dial edition): The phrase "Zebulon Patriarcha" as described in the book (page 4) appears on the cover as “Zarulon Patriarcha". Edward Gorey later corrected the misspelling.
- Page 56: "...then we are going to pretend to be tourists and prive out out past the place...."
The Mansion in the Mist
- Page 69: "It may not be possible for anyon to destroy the Logos Cube...."
The Doom of the Haunted Opera
- Page 46: “...the magicians had scrambled up out of the orchestra pit and dashed out past Lewis and Rose Rita.”
The Tower at the End of the World
- Page 26: "Not his English pen pal, Bertie Woodring,...."
The Whistle, the Grave, and the Ghost
- Page 32: "That's the kind Gert Biggers wanted to be...."