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FATE (Pulp Digest Magazine); Vol. 5, No. 4, Issue 28, June 1952 True Stories on The Strange, The Unusual, The Unknown COVER STORY/ ILLUSTRATION; Is Your Future In The Cards?

by Alson J. Smith; William Bathlot; K. Frank Feldman; Rev. Rowland Jones; Harold T. Wilkins; G. Wm. Mac Murlen; Albert A. Brandt; R. A. Braun; Trebor H. Tims; Trevor Holloway; K. Frank Feldman; Paul Ellsworth; Rev. Elvina Coburn; John P. Bessor; Lester F. N

Condition: Good


Highland Park, IL: Clark Publishing Company,, 1952. Inventory # D491-2 FATE (Pulp Digest Magazine); Vol. 5, No. 4, Issue 28, June 1952 True Stories on The Strange, The Unusual, The Unknown COVER STORY/ ILLUSTRATION; Is Your Future In The Cards? Published by Highland Park, IL: Clark Publishing Company, CONTENTS; ** STORIES (1) Strange Case of The Chaffin Will by Alson J. Smith (2) Cumberland Country Poltergeist by William Bathlot (3) Ghost-Driven Ships by K. Frank Feldman (4) A Stranger In Church by Rev. Rowland Jones (5) History of The Talking Mongoose by Harold T. Wilkins (6) The Magic Paddle by G. Wm. Mac Murlen (7) The Man Who Came Home by Albert A. Brandt; ** ARTICLES = (1) Secrets of Living Longer by R. A. Braun (2) Are The Days of Fire At Hand? by Trebor H. Tims (3) Miracle of The Stigmata by Trevor Holloway (4) Did You I've Before? by K. Frank Feldman (5) The Law of Miracles by Paul Ellsworth (6) Proof of Spirit Control by Rev. Elvina Coburn (7) Mystery of The Fairy Crosses by John P. Bessor (8) Strange Desert Ice Cave by Lester F. Nieman (9) It’s Only Coincidence by Denys Parsons (10) Mystery of The Managuans by Earl Chapin (11) Telepathy Is A Trap by Elva Wilson (12) Is Your Future In The Cards? by Chester Geier; CONDITION; G; minor writing on front cover, minor spine fraying, moderate shelf ware, moderate staining on back cover; bottom right back sm piece missing bc PRICE = $12; . First Paperback Ed. & 1st Printing!. Soft Cover. Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Pulp Digest / Paperback..
  • Bookseller: COMIC WORLD CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: D491-2
  • Title: FATE (Pulp Digest Magazine); Vol. 5, No. 4, Issue 28, June 1952 True Stories on The Strange, The Unusual, The Unknown COVER STORY/ ILLUSTRATION; Is Your Future In The Cards?
  • Author: Alson J. Smith; William Bathlot; K. Frank Feldman; Rev. Rowland Jones; Harold T. Wilkins; G. Wm. Mac Murlen; Albert A. Brandt; R. A. Braun; Trebor H. Tims; Trevor Holloway; K. Frank Feldman; Paul Ellsworth; Rev. Elvina Coburn; John P. Bessor; Lester F. N
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Good
  • Edition: First Paperback Ed. & 1st Printing!
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Clark Publishing Company,
  • Place: Highland Park, IL
  • Date published: 1952
  • Bookseller catalogs: Occult, Paranormal, & Related;
  • Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

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