HORROR STORIES (British Edition) No 3 August 1940

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PUBLISHER. Thorpe and Porter


Horror Stories was an American pulp magazine that published tales of the super-natural, horror and macabre. The 1st issue was published in 1935, 3 years after the weird menace genre had begun with Dime mystery magazine. 

Published by Popular Publications founded  by Harry Steeger and Harold Goldsmith. The magazine was issued with luridly illustrated covers featuring damsels in distress mostly executed by artist John Newton Howitt. It ceased publication in 1941 due to the paper shortage after America entered World War 2.

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Weight 0.2kg