The Dance of the Skeletons — October 1933 issue of Dime Mystery Magazine
by Norvell W. Page
What awful thing could change a man, in the space of two hours’ time, from a living, breathing human into a grisly meatless skeleton?
When the Bat Man Thirsts — March 1937 issue of Dime Mystery Magazine
by Frederick C. Davis
The voice of an actor speaking only the lines of a play was the harbinger of deadly terror to Joan Hayden, and Philip Campbell, who loved her. For though the actor spoke in jest, his voice seemed to summon a soulless being from Hell’s most nether depths, as he said: “Remember — there are such things!”...
Brides of the Dust Demon — December 1936 issue of Dime Mystery Magazine
by Paul Ernst
The Dust Bowl of the Middle-West, where nature has gone berserk, is the locale of this grippingly dramatic mystery-terror novel — one of the most weird and heart-chilling stories ever told!
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