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Terror Tales #8 (Facsimile Edition)

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Starting in 1934, editor (and publisher) Harry Steeger unveiled Terror Tales: perhaps the flagship magazine in Popular Publications’ so-called “Weird Menace” lineup of titles. Running for almost 50 issues, Terror Tales showcased some of the best suspense, mystery and terror stories to see print in the pulps. This facsimile of the April 1935 issue contains stories by Hugh B. Cave, Paul Ernst, Nat Schachner, H.M. Appel, Ray Cummings, G.T. Fleming-Roberts, and Arthur J. Burks.

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Starting in 1934, editor (and publisher) Harry Steeger unveiled Terror Tales: perhaps the flagship magazine in Popular Publications’ so-called “Weird Menace” lineup of titles. Running for almost 50 issues, Terror Tales showcased some of the best suspense, mystery and terror stories to see print in the pulps. This facsimile of the April 1935 issue contains stories by Hugh B. Cave, Paul Ernst, Nat Schachner, H.M. Appel, Ray Cummings, G.T. Fleming-Roberts, and Arthur J. Burks.

By Hugh B. Cave, Paul Ernst, Nat Schachner, H.M. Appel, Ray Cummings, G.T. Fleming-Roberts, and Arthur J. Burks; illustrated by John Newton Howitt and Amos Sewell

Contains the following stories:

  • “Satan’s Sepulchre” by Hugh B. Cave
  • “Flesh Feeder” by Paul Ernst
  • “Death Teaches School” by Nat Schachner
  • “The Dead Must Eat” by H.M. Appel
  • “Death’s Frozen Brides” by Ray Cummings
  • “House of Hate” by G.T. Fleming-Roberts
  • “Eater of Souls” by Arthur J. Burks

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Dimensions

7" x 10"

Pages

130

Publication Date

March 22, 2024