The cover is incredibly sexy. the woman is totally nude. Her eyes are closed like she's just been hypnotized by the snake.
The first thing is The Editor's Notebook”.
Secret of the Serpent: “Bob Garrison had forgotten everything about his former life-but in his new life as a serpent he had a great deal to learn.” Just glancing at it, it seems interesting. A guy is turned into a serpent, but he retains most of his human mind.
The Vanishing Doctor (there's no blurb with this story.)
The Fire Trail: “The American Indian has demonstrated many times that he has knowledge of a strange kind. Here is a true account of a weird Navaho ceremony and its result!
Plight of the Navaho: factual material.
The Isle of Doom: “They hung eerily over the swamp isle, strange balls of mist that looked harmless enough until they hurtled down-to kill...”
Catching the Akuaku: factual article about Easter Island.
The Tunnel of Love: factual article about Neil Gwyn.
Evensong: “Cliff Chamberlain's soul was wrapped up in a song-but the music wasn't really his.”
Shrinking Human Heads: factual article.
Feast of the Lanterns: factual article.
Bellerophon and Pegasus: factual article.
Orders for Willie Weston: “Old soldiers never die-their reward comes on the parade ground-but Willie Weston wasn't quite sure.”
Comets and Meteors: factual article.
History of the Vampire Ustrels: factual article.
Forecast of Tomorrow's Breakfast: Ok. Factual article about what to make for breakfast.
The Drums of Murd: “Lane Magruder heard the drums beat their slow, pulsating rhythm-and then suddenly the world grew dark around him.”
Egyptian Festival for Ares: factual article.
What's Under an Ant Hill?: factual article.
A section of reader's comments.
An article entitled The Thing on the Moon, factual.
Some of the ads include one for the Rosicrucians, one for learning how to mount birds, and one for an electric light jazz bow tie.
Note: although there are quite a few articles listed, they are all very short, some not even half a page in length.
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