Also featuring The Island Where Jailbait Runs Wild and Americans Are Lousy Lovers
Also, The Shame of Dockside Dolls: Sin-Hungry Pickups Run Wild On The Waterfront, Bloody, Burned And Beaten By Hate-Torn Mobs, and The Charity Foundation That Left A Harem For Poor Men Only
That sounded like a zombie story to me. But when I received the magazine and read it I found out “the everlasting dead” were not “living dead.” They’re dead dead. They’re the bodies of unfortunate victims of a South Seas tribe that likes to preserve the sacrificial victims they use in their tribal ceremonies. Ah well, the cover painting is still very cool — and so is the interior artwork for the story, which is titled “Ordeal on the Isle of the Everlasting Dead.”
Also includes How — When — Where: You Can Fight For Fortune Under Foreign Flags, and The Diet That Can Double Your Sexual Batting Average!
Also includes Market Street: San Francisco’s Blot Of Shame, Hotspots, Hustlers and Heroin, Man-Eater On My Back, The Charge Account Sin Palace Of Anne Slaughter
Also featuring 300 Corpses — One Hill, The House on Rue Victor Hugo “The Grandest Bordello In Paris”, and Blood Bath In The Streets
Also includes ‘I’m Teaching My Kid To Fight Dirty‘, ‘Is Our Air Force Committing Suiide‘, and ‘Sex Can Be Fun!‘
That’s right, folks, in 1955 it was headline news that sex could be fun.
Also includes ‘Nation-Wide Shame of Teen-Age Sin Clubs’, ‘Crawling Death Rides My Cockpit’, and ‘Death Fight For Love at the Slaughterhouse Bordello’
Plus, Savanna Georgia: Joytown of the South, and I Don’t Want My Daughter to Marry an American