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Various: Weird Tales-August-September, 1936. V1. 9 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 Door into Infinity—Edmond Hamilton

An amazing weird mystery story, packed with thrills, danger and startling events

Lycanthropus—C. Edgar Bolen

Verse

Mask of Death—Paul Ernst

An uncanny story of the terrible doom with which Doctor Satan struck down his enemies

Werewolf of the Sahara—G. G. Pendarves

A tremendous tale about Gunnar the werewolf and the evil Arab Sheikh El Shabur

The Medici Boots—Pearl Norton Swet

What tnaleju power did these amethyst-decorated boots from medieval Florence carry over into wm mm time?

Red Nails (part 2)—Robert E. Howard

A three-part serial story of a barbarian adventurer, and a weird roofed city, and the strangest people ever spawned

Swamp Demons—C. A. Butz

Verse

Death Holds the Post—August W. Derleth and Mark Schorer

A tale of the French Foreign Legion, living dead men, and an unearthly horror that struck at the bodies of soldiers in an African outpost

The Diary of Philip Westerly—Paul Compton

A strange, brief tale of the terrible fear engendered by a man's loathsome reflection in a mirror

In the Dark—Ronal Kayser

It was a story of sheer, unrelieved horror that old Asa Gregg poured into the dictaphone

Weird Story Reprint:

Four Wooden Stakes—Victor Rowan

A strange story of vampires from an early issue of WEIRD TALES
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