Index:Weird Tales v01n01 (1923-03).djvu
EDWIN BAIRD, Editor
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Copyright 1923, by the Rural Publishing Corporation.
Contents for March, 1923
TWENTY-TWO REMARKABLE SHORT STORIES
A soul-gripping story of terror.
An uncommon tale that will cling to your memory for many a day.
A "spooky" tale with a grim background.
The Ghoul and the Corpse. G. A. Wells 65
An amazing yarn of weird adventure in the frozen North.
Fear. David R. Solomon 73
Showing how fear can drive a strong man to the verge of insanity.
What two hours in a prison "solitary" did to a man.
A brief story powerfully written.
An unusual tale of a terrifying monster.
A queer little story about San Francisco.
The Accusing Voice. Meredith Davis 110
The singular experience of Allen Defoe.
The Sequel. Walter Scott Story 119
A new conclusion to Edgar Allen Poe’s "Cask of Amontillado."
The Weaving Shadows. W. H. Holmes 122
Chet Burke's strange adventures in a haunted house.
An odd, fantastic little story of the Stone Age.
The Young Man Who Wanted to Die. ? ? ? 135
An anonymous author submits a startling answer to the question, "What comes after death?"
A tale with an eerie thrill.
An eccentric doctor creates a frightful living thing.
A "creepy" tale that ends in a shuddering, breathtaking way.
The strange secret of a lonely woman.
The Gallows. I. W. D. Peters 161
An out-of-the-ordinary story.
A grim tale with a terrifying end.
A Jungle tale that is somehow "different."
An astounding yarn that will hold you spellbound and make you breathe fast with a new mental sensation.
A Remarkable short novel by a master of "gooseflesh" fiction.
Craigie is at his best here.
Don't start this story late at night.
THE EYRIE THE EDITOR 180
Also a number of odd facts and queer fancies, crowded in for good measure
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