Revolt Of The Circus Freaks

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Horror Stories - October 1938
Horror Stories October-November 1938

Also, Priestess Of The Plague

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Hospital of the Damned

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Horror Stories 1935 June
Horror Stories June 1935

Also, The Devil’s Sculptor 

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The Thing From Beyond

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HORROR STORIES U.K. edition No. 3 i.e. 4
Horror Stories UK 1940

The last of four identified issues published in Britain. It has a number 3 on the spine but William Contento places it as the fourth issue. Story contents are from the August 1940 U.S. issue, and the cover is reworked from the July 1935 issue of Terror Tales

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The Bus Death Drove

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Horror Stories, April-May 1937
Horror Stories April-May 1937

Also featuring Daughter Of Dark Desire

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Things That Once Were Men / Flesh For The Devil’s Piper

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Horror Stories - October 1935
Startling Mystery Magazine - April 1940
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In April 1940, the second and final issue of Startling Mystery Magazine reused the October 1935 Horror Stories cover. The complete issue of Startling Mystery can be downloaded here

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Listen To The Madman’s Drum!

Horror Stories October 1937

Also, Daughter Of The Devil

Cover was later retouched for the February 1940 issue of Dime Mystery. Interestingly, it was retouched to make it more risque.

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