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The Octopus — fiend of evil! He appeared once, in a single pulp magazine issue, and never appeared again. The magazine never made to a series, for some reason. It was over-the-top action and audacious weird-menace thrills. A classic, the likes of which has never been seen again! One of the rare supernatural series the pulps, The Octopus returns in this vintage pulp tale, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
The Purple Eye — by the Editor
The weird legend of evil doom comes again to live!
Book-Length Octopus Novel
The City Condemned to Hell
by Norvell W. Page and Eljer and Edith Jakobsson writing as Randolph Craig
Out of the night as the city slept, hideously deformed monsters that once were men and women came crawling from their underground sanctuaries... And a panic-mad populace searched for Dr. Skull, condemned of bringing millions of innocent men, women and children to ghastly destruction!
The Little Dolls of Death — A Mystery Novelette
by Donald G. Cormack
Their bones melting within their bodies, the city’s richest men went, one by one, to gruesome, tortured death — for each had received one strange little image, that carried the East’s weirdest curse!
Detour to the Grave — A Mystery Short Story
by Russel Grey
Lloyd Bliss awoke suddenly — to see his wife’s hideously hacked arm in the hand of a monster who had lured him to Death’s charnel house!
Locked in with Murder — A Mystery Novel
by Arthur Leo Zagat
What chance had Bolton Blair, private detective, when he heard that sinister scratch — and realized he shared a locked room with the Throat-Slitter, whom no bullet could harm, nor mortal man defeat?
The Horror-Scope — a Department
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