Vol 2 No. 2
The Black laugh - William J. Makin
Sometimes there is nothing more unnerving than an incessant high-pitched
The Hand of Glory (verse) - R.H.D. Barham
"And murderers there
Are dangling in air,
By one! by two! -- by three!"
The Garrison - David Grinnell
Do ancient archaeological entities inhabit the depths beneath civilized
Passeur - Robert W. Chambers
Short journeys in skiffs that require polesmen are not to be regarded
Orpheus's Brother - John Brunner
The best defense against an armed and angry intruder could be swift and
Cassilda's Song (verse) - Robert W. Chambers
"Strange is the night where black stars rise
And strange moons circle through the skies,
But stranger still is
The Lady of the Velvet Collar - Washington Irving
Another story that has appeared from time-to-time, this one probably the
first, (being published in 1824), about a lady who wears velvet
ornamentation to disguise a gruesome secret.
Jack - Reynold Junker
Determined couples who would have a child will have their child no matter
what it takes.
The Burglar-Proof Vault - Oliver Taylor
The furtive come in many shapes and sizes.
The Dead Who Walk - Ray Cummings
Usually the dead have achieved their permanent state for very good
reasons, but when the deaths occur prematurely, there can be unknown
agents seeking to reanimate the shells for their own designs.