from the August 1937 issue of the Spider magazine
Doc Turner's little orphan had been swallowed by that crime-carrousel — ensnared by a freak who made over humans into his own ghastly image. But the Doc knew a trick — how to make them over again.
The Devil’s Candlestick
from the October 1937 issue of the Spider magazine
Doc Turner had to act fast when his small assistant was snatched by a fire-bug Fagin who had a fiendish formula for turning boys into human torches!
Doc Turner and the Crimson Coffin
from the November 1937 issue of the Spider magazine
Into Doc Turner's little settlement drove that terrible hearse with its coffin death-trap for the poor. Only the little druggist could hope to beat this ruthless racket — by making a corpse rise, of its own volition, from the grave!
Doc Turner’s Coffin Cure
from the December 1937 issue of the Spider magazine
It was the Crusher who had come to Doc Turner's poverty-stricken neighborhood, leaving in his wake human heads smashed to pulp! Only the little Doctor had a way to check that horror-epidemic — by fighting a killer with a corpse!
The Cat From Hell
from the January 1938 issue of the Spider magazine
Upon the defenseless poor, that awesome feline slayer sprang — leaving unclaimed corpses in its wake. But Doc Turner, who had cured the poverty-stricken living, knew how to unleash the relentless fury of the dead!
Death Rocks the Cradle
from the February 1938 issue of the Spider magazine
One by one the children of the poor had died — victims of their own tiny hands. But Doc Turner was on the trail of that master of suicide — with a cure made from human blood!
The Circle of Fear
from the April 1938 issue of the Spider magazine
Death stalked the terrified Russian woman who came to Doc Turner's little store — but Doc had a desperate scheme for wiping out the corpse club that dogged her trail!