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:
A Complete Weird Novelet
One Man’s Hell
by Eli Colter
Out of the grave comes the fearful curse of horror that Barney Ballinger must carry through eternity!
I Killed Him! Remember?
by C. William Harrison
Modern science halts its march to watch primeval men fight...
The Gallows Geist
by Earle Dow
The dead take their own vengeance!
by Arthur J. Burks
The monstrous ego of an outraged spirit demands its revenge.
The Slanting Shadow
by August W. Derleth
Abner Follansbee, psychic investigator, finds a new brand of magic.
by Lloyd Arthur Eshbach
In bonnie days long ago, a Scottish king lost the gift of life...
by Maria Moravsky
Dreadful are the evil schemings of Madam Remizova!
by Olga L. Rosmanith
The bad conscience of a medium’s wife conjures up strange phantoms.
His Name On A Bullet — A Complete Novelet
by Manly Wade Wellman
The eerie witchcraft of the name in lead was his — and he knew that death could not touch him!
Path To Perdition
by John Clemons
Even the bark of a dog may grow into a thing of ultimate horror.
by Eldon Heath
Whom the gods would destroy they still make mad!
The Thirteenth Boat
by George J. Rawlins
A ghostly light guides an eerie craft to safe harbor
Song Of The Sun
by Bernard Breslauer
The life-bringer plays a weird jest!
The Black Arts — A Department
A department where readers and the editor meet