Jon D'Agostino has not one, but two illustrated stories in the October 1953 issue of Dark Mysteries #14 (see our last post too.) And like our last tale, it follows a well tested horror plot we've all seen before; this time it's voodoo from beyond the grave, but it's still pretty interesting none the lesssssss. Among the problems of the story (of which some things I'll let you guys point out because I know a few of you think this blog is MST3000-- ugh!), is D'Agostino's inability to draw the leading lady with some consistency from one panel to the next-- though I do appreciate that she's a dead ringer for Cheryl Ladd in the center of page 3! Neat skeleton cover by Hy Fleishman.