An Animal Trained To Lead Others To Slaughtervia
Paul Wright was a silent movie actor who was on trial for murdering his wife and her lover. He claimed in court to have found her fellating his best friend at his piano. According to his defense team, he was tormented by demons of WWI, the aftermath of tuberculosis, and a vasectomy. He was eventually found guilty but not culpable by reason of temporary insanity and never served time in prison.
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This painting, worth about $40,000, is thought to be one of only three surviving science fiction covers by Allen Anderson. Another can be seen here.
An unusual twist of fate was reported as the reason behind the survival of this painting. When Fiction House, publishers of the magazine, went out of business in the sixties, all of the original art stored in its warehouse was burned by workers who saw no reason to keep the art. Fortunately, Frank Kelly Freas had rescued several of his own paintings years before. Later, as Freas told it, he took the Anderson painting, one of two, in trade for monies owed him when he was visiting the publisher to discuss his own artwork, shortly before the fire.
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Female warriors raided the Galaxy to fill their harems on Alpha C.
The entire System was after Ballantyne. Earth wanted him. The Jovian war-fleet jetted on his trail. But mainly Ballantyne feared his big-bosomed, sword-swinging space-mate — Dyann the Amazon from man-starved Alpha C3.
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She was all Texas — six feet off the ground, and leading me six feet under…via