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Weird Tales volume 38 number 03 CAN.djvu

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NB: The following have been redacted from this scan because they are still under copyright: "Mrs. Lannisfree" by August Derleth (pp. 26–31) and "Soul Proprietor" (pp. 87–94) by Robert Bloch.

NOVELETTES
LOST ELYSIUM Edmond Hamilton 4
There is a world congruent with earth but existing on a different plane of vibration, a world of unearthly beauty—and horror!
THE MURDEROUS STEAM SHOVEL Allison V. Harding 44
A big steam shovel is stronger than any bull elephant, got a better memory—and more killer in 'im!
THE MAD DANCERS Roger S. Vreeland 58
....Some were prone to delegate the new plague to one of the sub-sciences beneath the dignity of medicine.
SHORT STORIES
MRS. LANNISFREE August Derleth 26
By and by you'll see a figure, white in the moonlight, walking relentlessly toward the sea.
THE CRANBERRY GOBLET Harold Lawlor 33
There are all kinds of macabre secrets in this world—goblins and goblets!
THE FANGS OF TSAN-LO Jim Kjelgaard 76
The air was charged with hate and viciousness in its most primitive and elemental form.
SOUL PROPRIETOR Robert Bloch 87
"One human soul, in reasonable condition, to highest bidder.... Owner must dispose of same at once!"
THE MIRROR Charles King 95
See, it was quite evident! The mirror was actually defying him!
RIDE THE EL TO DOOM Alice B. Harcraft 101
They said the iron horse on stilts had to come down—but there are singular forces beyond our ken that must be reckoned with first!
VERSE
MIDNIGHT MOON Stanton A. Coblentz 43
HOMECOMING H. P. Lovecraft 56