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    True Weird   (about)
    True Weird was a large magazine published by Weider Periodicals Inc., 16 Hopkins Ave., Jersey City, New Jersey. Howard Booth edited the magazine. It was subtitled “strange… fantastic… true!”. The magazine contained no fiction. It dealt with sensationalized accounts of myths legends and stories. Topics such as Lincoln’s ghost, Count St. Germain (4000 year old man), levitation, the Holland tulip mania of 1635 and various vampires, witches and werewolves. The magazine would not be of interest to most collectors. The contents of the first issue and information on the other two issues follows:

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