This is an exact reproduction of the September 1931 edition of Strange Tales of Mystery and Terror. Strange Tales is one of the great pulp magazines from the turn of the century. Each issue contained a half-dozen or more stories, many of which are now still in print.
This reproduction is a high-quality scan of the original issue. It is perfect bound and slightly larger than digest size, just as the original publication.
The September 1931 issue features frightening cover art by H. W. Wesso illustrating “Place of the Pythons.” It features these stories:
- The Return of the Sorcerer, by Clark Ashton Smith (one of his most famous stories, in its original published form)
- The Dead Who Walk, by Ray Cummings
- The Place of the Pythons, by Arthur J. Burks
- A Cry from Beyond, by Victor Rousseau
- Plus additional stories by Marion Brandon, Gordon MacCreagh, Capt. S. P. Meek, and others.
144 pages, 7″ x 10″