If you’re a fan of pulp and noir fiction, you’re going to love Strange Tales Of Mystery And Terror v1n2!
This magazine was published in 1931 and contained the following stories:
- The Black Mass by Capt. S. P. Meek
- Webbed Hands by Ferdinand Berthoud
- Guatemozin The Visitant by Arthur J. Burks
- After Sunset by Philip Hazleton
- When Dead Gods Wake by Victor Rousseau
- The Thirteenth Floor by Douglas M. Dold
- Cassius [Gerald Canevin] by Henry S. Whitehead
Strange Tales Of Mystery And Terror
Strange Tales was a pulp magazine that was published in the early 1930s. It was known for its stories of suspense, science fiction, and horror. Some of the notable authors who published in Strange Tales were Eando Binder, Fenton McCann, Lee Eisenberg, and Howard Browne.
Strange Tales Of Mystery And Terror Vol. 1 No. 2
The stories in this issue are a mix of suspense, horror, and science fiction. Featured authors include Capt. S.P. Meek, Ferdinand Berthoud, Arthur J. Burks, Philip Hazleton, Victor Rousseau, Douglas M. Dold, and Henry S. Whitehead.
Strange Tales Of Mystery And Terror Vol. 1 No. 2 was published in November 1931, by Harry Bates and published by The Clayton Magazines, Inc.
Strange Tales of Mystery and Terror was a pioneering publication that paved the way for the modern horror and suspense genres. Its stories were characterized by imaginative and otherworldly themes, which explored the boundaries of the unknown and delved into the depths of the human psyche. The magazine’s impact on pop-culture can’t be overstated, as it helped to define the genre, inspiring a generation of writers and filmmakers.
Editor, Harry Bates, was known for his editorial savvy and his ability to attract some of the most talented writers of the time. He had a keen eye for quality and was able to spot talent early, which helped to elevate the magazine’s reputation. Over the course of its short run, Strange Tales of Mystery and Terror published some of the most memorable and influential horror and suspense stories of the era.