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Weird Tales volume 32 number 05.djvu

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"The Hound of Pedro" (pp. 563–572) by Robert Bloch and "Recompense" (p. 626) by Robert E. Howard have been redacted from this scan because they are still under copyright.

Volume 32 CONTENTS FOR NOVEMBER, 1938 Number 5
Cover Design A. R. Tilburne
Illustrating a scene in "I Found Cleopatra"
I Found Cleopatra (Part I) Thomas P. Kelley 521
A weird tale of many thrills, by the author of "The Last Pharaoh"
Fothergill's Jug Thorp McClusky 551
A fascinating story about a strange jug dug up out of the sands of Mesopotamia, and the weird entity that reached forth its dread hands from within the jug
The Hound of Pedro Robert Bloch 563
A tale of old Mexico under the Spaniards, of an evil black Moor from Granada, and a ghasty game of ten-pins played on the desert sands
The Thing in the Trunk Paul Ernst 573
A grim, absorbing tale about a heinous crime and its strange aftermath, by the author of "A Witch's Curse" and other eery thrill-stories
Lynne Foster Is Dead Seabury Quinn 589
The strangest adventure that ever befell a man happened to the handsome young American after the ill-starred traffic accident in the streets of Cairo
The Nameless City H. P. Lovecraft 617
It lay silent and dead under the cold desert moon, but what strange race inhabited the abyss beneath those cyclopean ruin?
Recompense Robert E. Howard 626
Verse
Weird Story Reprint:
Leonora
Everil Worrell 627
An eldritch tale, reprinted from an early issue of Weird Tales
The Eyrie 635
The readers express their opinions


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