Protecting Project Pulp 111: Paul Chadwick

Final Episode:

Main Fiction: “Mistress of Snarling Death” by Paul Chadwick, first published in Ace Mystery, July 1936.

Narrator: Dave Lamm.

Stephen Demarest might have gone back from that barren, eroded wasteland, where those gigantic black dogs ringed him in a sinister circle. But the weirdly beautiful mistress of the great beasts fixed him with her strange, smoldering eyes—eyes that both attracted and frightened. And the attraction was greater than the fear.

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 109: Hugh B. Cave

Main Fiction: “The Corpse on the Grating” by Hugh B. Cave, first published in Astounding Stories of Super Science, February 1930.

Narrator: Rob Smales.

In the Gloomy Depths of the Old Warehouse Dale Saw a Thing That Drew a Scream of Horror to His Dry Lips. It Was a Corpse—the Mold of Decay on Its Long-dead Features—and Yet It Was Alive!

Beware The Hairy Mango – Fifty Anniversary.

Protecting Project Pulp 108: Ray Bradbury

Main Fiction: “Defense Mech” by Ray Bradbury, first published in Planet Stories, Spring, 1946.

Narrator: Fred Himebaugh.

Halloway stared down at Earth, and his brain tore loose and screamed, Man, man, how’d you get in a mess like this, in a rocket a million miles past the moon, shooting for Mars and danger and terror and maybe death.

Ray Bradbury interviewed on the Starship Sofa

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 104: Ernest Bramah

Main Fiction: “The Coin of Dionysius” by Ernest Bramah, first published in The Strand Magazine.

Narrator: Jay Langejans.

“It is a Sicilian tetradrachm of Dionysius.”

“Yes, I know that—I have it on the label out of the cabinet. I can tell you further that it’s supposed to be one that Lord Seastoke gave two hundred and fifty pounds for at the Brice sale in ’94.”

“It seems to me that you can tell me more about it than I can tell you,” remarked Mr. Baxter. “What is it that you really want to know?”

“I want to know,” replied Mr. Carlyle, “whether it is genuine or not.”

“Has any doubt been cast upon it?”

“Certain circumstances raised a suspicion—that is all.”

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.

Protecting Project Pulp 102: Henry Hasse

Main Fiction: “Out of This World” by Henry Hasse, first published in Planet Stories, Summer, 1942.

Narrator: Daniel Reynolds.

There was no escape but death from that fetid prison planet and its crazed, sadistic overseer.

List of Henry Hasse stories.