This is a facsimile reproduction of a pulp magazine from Wildside Press. The legendary pulp magazine Ghost Stories published an odd mix of supernatural fiction and "true tales" of the supernatural... though their "truth" was frequently in doubt, since they were penned by pulp fiction writers.
The June 1931 issue features contributions from Conrad Richter (best known as the author of The Light in the Forest and a story by E. and H. Heron (the pen name used by Mrs. Kenneth Prichard and her son, Mr. Hesketh Pricard) featuring their psychic detective, Flaxman Low.
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First Published: 1931
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