Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.
Strange Stories was devoted to the occult, the supernatural and the weird. It began with the February 1939 issue and continued for a total of 13 issues, ending with the February 1941 issue. In the magazine were found stories that truly represented the claim of "Strange." Some of pulpdom's finest writers graced the pages of Strange Stories, many who also contributed to the better-known Weird Tales. Strange Stories now returns with these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Death Has Five Guesses
by Robert Bloch
What frightening force wove the pattern of Clinton’s fate?
by August W. Derleth
The dead are dumb, but in the jungle their tongues gibber —
A Complete Novelet of Inhuman Bondage
Cursed Be The City
by Henry Kuttner
Pan plays his pipes — and a rushing wind roars through the cradle of mankind.
Lord Of Evil
by Tally Mason
Moncati couldn’t be positive — until he developed the fatal negative.
A Complete Novelet
The Box From The Stars
by Amelia Reynolds Long
The container was hollow, but it wasn’t empty; nothing was in it, but nothing was — something!
The Dead Woman
by Dr. David H. Keller
A shocking kaleidoscope of a mind crying “Not Guilty!”
The Vengeance Of Ai
by Mark Schorer
The ancient goddesses of the Chaldeans still exact tribute
The Creeper In Darkness
by Frank Belknap Long, Jr.
A man routs hell in Salem town, where witches burned
Miracle In Three Dimensions
by C.L. Moore
Photography and sound recording are bound by a man-made limit...
A Question Of Identity
by Tarleton Fiske
Nothing can stifle the questions of who, where and what!
The Bottomless Pool
by Ralph Milne Farley
What the fisher, what the bait —? Plumbs the depths...
by Will Garth
Out of the centuries comes a summons for the Twin of Isames.
Bells Of Horror
by Keith Hammond
Zu-che-quon, ancient god, bringer of darkness, is awakened!
The Black Arts — (A Department)
A department where readers and the editor meet