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Various: Weird Tales-September 1934. V1. 5 Feb 2012

Weird Tales is an American fantasy and horror fiction pulp magazine first published in March 1923. It ceased its original run in September 1954, after 279 issues, but has since been revived. The magazine was set up in Chicago by J. C. Henneberger, an ex-journalist with a taste for the macabre. Edwin Baird was the first editor of the monthly, assisted by Farnsworth Wright.[1] The "sub-genre" pioneered by Weird Tales writers has come to be called weird fiction.

THE PEOPLE OF THE BLACK CIRCLE—ROBERT E. HOWARD

A weird novel featuring Conan the Barbarian

THE JEST OF WARBURG TANTAVUL—SEABURY QUINN

A ghost story of vivid power and gripping human appeal—a story of Jules de Crandin

NAKED LADY—MINDRET LORD

A tale of voodoo and a millionaire's strange scheme for vengeance on his wife

THE SINISTER PAINTING—GREYE LA SPINA

An eery story of a fiendish murder and a midget psychic investigator

THE RETURN—JULIA BOYNTON GREEN

Verse

VINE TERROR—HOWARD WANDREI

A weird-scientific tale, about vegetable vampires that lusted for animal and human food

SABLE REVERY—ROBERT NELSON

Verse

THE TRAIL OF THE CLOVEN HOOF (PART 3)—ARLTON EADIE

An astounding weird mystery novel by a British master of eery fiction

THE PALE MAN—JULIUS LONG

A queer little tale, about the eccentric behavior of a strange guest in a country hotel

THE COMING OF ABEL BEHENNA—BRAM STOKER

A weird tale of the sea

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