Friday, August 12, 2011

Seance of Terror!

Way back in November of 2008 we had ourselves a screaming Seance of Horror! Now it's time again to dim the lights, gather around the table, put our fingertips together, and have a Seance of Terror! This is the last of the 3 stories from the April 1952 issue of This Magazine is Haunted #4 (see our last post for more info on the other two great tales from this super spine-chilling issue!)






















Feeling a little dry around the veins lately? Need to sink your teeth into something extra juicy? Don't miss these recent Dracula and Vampira posts over at my other blog:

SEE! "The Art of Dracula by Harry Borgman"
SEE! Prettiest Vampire in Town"
And finally-- SEE! "What a Vampire Really Looks Like!"

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

1.Personally; (being Catholic); I would go to a priest if I were the lady in this; (hey, for all I know the medium could be in on this!)
2. Why do these ghosts need the machine? They crossed over OK without it; (or maybe it just widens the opening between the demensions or "smoothst the road" some other way? As we Trekkers would say; "Why does God need a starship"?

DBurch7670

Mr. Cavin said...

Yet again, this title brings on the coloring virtuosity. I love the pack of rainbow spirits on page three. And the flamboyant turbans Drasni tends to favor throughout.

Kathleen said...

Hey, just thanks, for posting all this. It's appreciated. Seriously.

prof. grewbeard said...

i like a good wraith-fest...

Karswell said...

>As we Trekkers would say; "Why does God need a starship"?

Ah well, that explains alot of things.

>this title brings on the coloring virtuosity.

Agreed!

>Hey, just thanks, for posting all this. It's appreciated. Seriously.

My pleasure Kathleen, thanks for stopping by!

>i like a good wraith-fest...

Well how do you feel about a Slasher Fest, Prof? Coming UP!

alshia m. said...

M'kay, the site looks AMAZING! Love the gore. Hmmm^_^