As mentioned in the comments of our last post we have another story from the Dec. '52 issue of Witches Tales #16. There's a rather confusing moment on the second page where our hero calmly meets a skeleton conductor and thinks nothing of his boney appearence, though fleshlessness suddenly seems to bring out the exact opposite reaction in him a few panels later on the next page. That bit of editorial / artistic snafooery aside, this tale contains some really nice moments, in particular the atmospheric, moss drenched depots of the dead, and a really good shovel wham double header panel on page 5.
[GCD credits pencils to Rudy Palais, but I have my doubts-- the sweat drops here look comparatively normal. -- Nequam]