Weird Tales 1928 - December

Weird Tales December Volume Issue Cover art by Hugh RankinThe Chapel of Mystic Horror Jules de Grandin Seabury Quinn noveletteBeyond Power of Man Paul Ernst short storyThe Copper Bowl George Fielding Eliot short stor

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  • Title: Weird Tales 1928 - December
  • Author: Farnsworth Wright Hugh Rankin H. Warner Munn W.C. Morrow Alvin F. Harlow Robert E. Howard R. Jere Black, Jr. C.T. Lanham
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 363
  • Format: None
  • Volume 12, Issue 6Cover art by Hugh RankinThe Chapel of Mystic Horror Jules de Grandin Seabury Quinn noveletteBeyond Power of Man Paul Ernst short storyThe Copper Bowl George Fielding Eliot short storyThe Statement of Justin Parker August W Derleth short storyThe Isle of Lost Souls Part 1 of 3 Joel Martin Nichols, Jr novelaThe Soul Tube StuartVolume 12, Issue 6Cover art by Hugh RankinThe Chapel of Mystic Horror Jules de Grandin Seabury Quinn noveletteBeyond Power of Man Paul Ernst short storyThe Copper Bowl George Fielding Eliot short storyThe Statement of Justin Parker August W Derleth short storyThe Isle of Lost Souls Part 1 of 3 Joel Martin Nichols, Jr novelaThe Soul Tube Stuart Strauss short storyThe Cult of the Skull Henry S Whitehead short storyThe Tinkle of the Camel s Bell Frank Owen short storyThe Werewolf s Daughter Part 3 of 3 Master H Warner Munn novelaPoison Jack Snow short storyThe Monster Maker The Surgeon s Experiment W C Morrow short storyFolks Used to Believe Lilith Alvin F Harlow articleEaster Island Robert E Howard verseLyonesse R Jere Black, Jr versePromise for My Enemy C T Lanham verseSonnets of the Midnight Hours 9 The Head Donald Wandrei verse

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    1. Not many big names in this issue, except maybe Seabury Quinn and Paul Ernst, neither of which are well-known today.These stories haven't aged exceptionally well, so I wouldn't expect the average reader to give this magazine the same rating I would. I love reading old stories from Weird Tales, even when they're not the best.Full plot summaries with spoilersThe Chapel of Mystic Horror [*Jules de Grandin] • Seabury Quinn • noveletteBeyond Power of Man • Paul Ernst • short story - OK story, [...]

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