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    The Witch’s Tales   (about)
    A short-lived tie-in to a popular radio show of the 30’s. Carwood seems to have been the dying remnant of an old dime-novel publisher, thus the odd format. Many of the stories appear to be reprints from the turn of the century but we have not succeeded in tracking all of them down.

    • Publishers:
      • Carwood Publishing Co.; New York: The Witch’s Tales.
    • Editors:


    The Witch’s Tales [v1 #1, November 1936] (15¢, 48pp+, large s/s, cover by Elmer C. Stoner)
    • 4 · The Madman · Alonzo Deen Cole · sa
      adapted from the radio drama of the same name broadcast on June 26 and July 3, 1935.
    • 12 · The Fountain of Youth · William Hamilton Osborne · ss Pearson’s Magazine (US) May 1906
    • 18 · The Phantom of the Links · John Campbell Haywood · ss Pearson’s Magazine (US) March 1909, as “The Gray People”
    • 24 · Castle of Death · Laurence D. Smith · nv
    • 34 · The Striker · P. C. MacFarlane · ss Pearson’s Magazine (US) July 1911
    • 40 · A Sheaf of Ghost Stories · [uncredited] · gp (r)
    • _40 · The Third Man in the State-Room · [uncredited] · vi The Royal Magazine December 1903
    • _41 · A Trebly Haunted House · [uncredited] · vi The Royal Magazine December 1903
    • _41 · The Marquis of Bambridge’s Warning · [uncredited] · vi The Royal Magazine December 1903
    • _42 · The Vision of a Man · [uncredited] · vi The Royal Magazine December 1903, as “The Vision of the Man Imprisoned Over a Furnace”


    The Witch’s Tales [v1 #2, December 1936] (15¢, 48pp+, large s/s, cover by Elmer C. Stoner)
    • 52 · The Return of Oliver Manton · B. Fletcher Robinson · ss Pearson’s Magazine (US) November 1905
    • 56 · Mrs. Hawker’s Will · Alonzo Deen Cole; adapted by Laurence D. Smith · sa
      adapted from the radio drama “The Hairy Monster” broadcast on September 26, 1932.
    • 64 · Phantom Fingers · Val McNamara · nv
    • 75 · The Death-Trap · George Daulton · ss Pearson’s Magazine (US) March 1908
    • 79 · A Presentiment! · Lionel Jervis · vi Pearson’s Magazine (US) September 1904
    • 80 · The Phantom Cat · [uncredited] · vi The Royal Magazine December 1903
    • 81 · The Monster of Lake LaMetrie · Wardon Allan Curtis · ss Pearson’s Magazine September 1899
    • 85 · The Pig of the Patio · Robert Findlay · ss Pearson’s Magazine (US) January 1906
    • 88 · The Dog with the Woman’s Eyes · Arthur Applin · vi Pearson’s Magazine (US) June 1909
    • 90 · Strange Experiences · Sam D. Cohen · ms














    Wonder Stories:   (about)
    Formed by a merger of Air Wonder Stories and Science Wonder Stories.


    Wonder Stories

    • Publishers:
      • Stellar Publishing Corporation; Mt. Morris, IL: Wonder Stories, Jun 1930 – Nov 1933.
      • Continental Publications, Inc.; Springfield, MA: Wonder Stories, Dec 1933 – Apr 1936.
    • Editors:



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