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Protecting Project Pulp 110: Marcus Lyons

Main Fiction: “Claw of the Kidnapped Idol” by Marcus Lyons, first published in Crack Detective Stories, December 1947.

Narrator: Douglas Sedivy.

Bicarbonate Johnny didn’t have to believe in the supernatural to know that this idol was deadly – both to the persons who stole it and whoever tried to get it back.

Protecting Project Pulp 107: F. Paul Wilson

Main Fiction: “Sex Slaves of the Dragon Tong” (Part 3) by F. Paul Wilson.

Narrator: James Silverstein.

“You’ll find my Margot, won’t you?” Mr. Kachmar said. “Please?”

Protecting Project Pulp 106: F. Paul Wilson

Main Fiction: “Sex Slaves of the Dragon Tong” (Part 2) by F. Paul Wilson.

Narrator: James Silverstein.

“You’ll find my Margot, won’t you?” Mr. Kachmar said. “Please?”

Related Link: Robert E. Howard writes to H.P. Lovecraft.

Protecting Project Pulp 105: F. Paul Wilson

Main Fiction: “Sex Slaves of the Dragon Tong” (Part 1) by F. Paul Wilson.

Narrator: James Silverstein.

“You’ll find my Margot, won’t you?” Mr. Kachmar said. “Please?”

Frank Frazetta book covers.

Protecting Project Pulp 103: Abraham Merritt

Main Fiction: “The People of the Pit” by Abraham Merritt, first published in The All-Story, January 5, 1918.

Narrator: Fred Himebaugh.

North of us a shaft of light shot half way to the zenith. It came from behind the five peaks. The beam drove up through a column of blue haze whose edges were marked as sharply as the rain that streams from the edges of a thunder cloud. It was like the flash of a searchlight through an azure mist. It cast no shadows.

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