The Flowering Corpses

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Is he using attractive women as clappers in giant church bells which he controls with his Keyboard of Evil? I honestly have no idea what is going on here. None whatsoever. You can read most of this issue (minus a few missing pages) here

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A Coffin For Two

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This entire issue can be downloaded here 

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The Ghost Of A Burning Ship

Ghost Stories, July 1930

This issue also features Park Avenue Vampire and Lon Chaney Senior’s favorite ghost story, which turns out to be the classic Pollock and the Porroh Man by H. G. Wells.

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