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"Fane of the Black Pharaoh" (pp. 665–676) by Robert Bloch, "Uneasy Lie the Drowned" (pp. 740–744) by Donald Wandrei and "Fragment" (p.748) by Robert E. Howard have been redacted from this scan because they are all still under copyright.

A MAGAZINE OF THE BIZARRE AND UNUSUAL

Weird Tales

REGISTERED IN U.S. PATENT OFFICE


Volume 30 CONTENTS FOR DECEMBER, 1937 Number 6
Cover Design Virgil Finlay
Illustrating "The Sea-Witch"
The Vampire Virgil Finlay 641
Picture illustrating a passage jrom "A Wine of Wizardry"
The Sea-Witch Nictzin Dyalhis 643
A saga of Heldra the lovely, Heldra the wicked, who came from the sea to compass a weird revenge
Fane of the Black Pharaoh Robert Bloch 665
Terrible was the destiny revealed on the walls of the red-litten corridors
The Black Stone Statue Mary Elizabeth Counselman 677
The story of a weird deception practised by an obscure sculptor
The Old House on the Hill Winona Montgomery Gilliland 685
Verse
Flames of Vengeance Seabury Quinn 686
A dread horror spawned in India menaced young Pemberton with a strange doom
Child of Atlantis Edmond Hamilton 708
What brooding shape of horror dwelt in the black castle that topped the sinister island?
The Voyage of the Neutralia (part 2) B. Wallis 726
An epic of weird adventures and a strange voyage to other planets
Uneasy Lie the Drowned Donald Wandrei 740
A stark, hideous horror crept over the side of Morse's canoe
The Keen Eyes and Ears of Kara Kedi Claude Farrere 744
An odd little story about a cat that was telepathic—by a member of the French Academy
Fragment Robert E. Howard 748
Posthumous verse, by a late great master of weird literature
Polaris H. P. Lovecraft 749
The star-watcher could not tell which was dream and which was reality—a brief weird fantasy
Weird Story Reprint:
Laocoon
Bassett Morgan 751
A story from an old number of WEIRD TALES, reprinted by request
The Eyrie 760
A department in which the readers discuss weird tales


Published monthly by the Popular Fiction Publishing Company, 2457 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Ind. Entered as second-class matter March 20, 1923, at the post office at Indianapolis, Ind., under the act of March 3, 1879. Single copies, 25 cents. Subscription rates: One year in the United States and possessions, Cuba, Mexico, South America. Spain, $2.50; Canada, $2.75; elsewhere, $3.00. English office: Otis A. Kline, c/o John Paradise, 86 Strand, W. C. 2, London. The publishers are not responsible for the loss of unsolicited manuscripts, although every care will be taken of such material while in their possession. The contents of this magazine are fully protected by copyright and must not be reproduced either wholly or in part without permission from the publishers.

NOTE—All manuscripts and communications should be addressed to the publishers' Chicago office at 840 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.

FARNSWORTH WRIGHT, Editor.

Copyright, 1937, by the Popular Fiction Publishing Company,

COPYRIGHTED IN GREAT BRITAIN

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