Vol 1 No. 6
Caverns of Horror - Laurence Manning
When monsters that are reminiscent of dragons and demons haunt the
underground, they occasionally find a means to interact with curious
explorers from the surface.
Prodigy - Walt Liebscher
Youth does not always go hand-in-hand with innocence nor require protection from
The Mask - Robert W. Chambers
Very little is permanent, if we only wait awhile and seek to look beneath
the surface of the mask.
The Life and Death of Mr. Thaddeus Warde - Robert Barbour
It is said that it is hard to keep a good man down. In the case of those
with less than ironman constitutions, there is hope when the Grim Reaper
decides that it is time.
The Feminine Fraction - David Grinnell
In the days when male-female separation was considered absolute.
Dr. Heideggers's Experiment - Nathaniel Hawthorne
Youth is truly wasted on the young, for those who merit a reminder of
their early manifestation can never go back, nor should they wish to.
The Pacer - August Derleth
It is better not to disturb a restless spirit who engages in repetitive
behavior lest a door open and a shape descend.
The Moth - H.G. Wells
A bug to truly bug a scientist, when no one else can see it, will keep
that scientist company all the way into a padded cell.
The Door to Saturn - Clark Ashton Smith
"The armored monster that he and Morghi had driven before them so
valiantly was, he learned, a domestic beast of burden that had strayed
away from its owners amid the mineral vegetation of the desert lands
adjoining Vhlorrh, the chief town of the Bhlemphroims."