1. The Whistler: “When tragedy struck on the lake, the Whistler's eerie signature sounded. Detective Daft had only one clue, plus the help of a daring girl; but he was too late to prevent murder.”
2. Marsh Murder: “Connell knew the place had been long deserted, yet, in the dead of night, he was equally positive that those were real footsteps that sounded in the corridor! Someway, somehow, he felt sure that his wife's ghastly nightmares were connected with the mystery of that sepulchral house.”
3. Vampire: “Gillen, as the girl's attorney, insisted that his business was with her-yet, pleading her illness, the older couple tried to keep him from her. He knew there was evil in those two, even though the girl insisted that it was her mother, whome she loved, that he must fear the most!”
4. Vera-Ray, a four-page comic strip.
5. Idiot's Revenge: “Their intention had been nothing more than to rent the house, and now Holden's bride had disappeared utterly. To add to the mystery, the woman who lived there swore she had never seen either of the young couple!”
6. After Death: “The scientist's wife came in the night, pleading with a stranger to kill her husband. And the horrified stranger found himself wanting to obey!”
7. Cancers of Hate: “'Death is flying low,' the woman cried, yet Lane ignored her, pushed on into the cavern of mystery toward the Devil's Pit.”
8. A Girl and the Devil: “The medal clutched by the dead woman was a clue that led to romance, and it was a pointer toward danger and toward something unspeakably foul and evil.”
9. Killer in Red: “A honeymoon that should have been all happiness is plunged into a spell of evil. And young people are dominated by an old hag thirsting for lost youth...”
There seems to be a rather large number of ads in this issue.
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