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Weird Tales

Protecting Project Pulp 84: Edmond Hamilton

Main Fiction: “Child of Atlantis” by Edmond Hamilton, first published in Weird Tales, December, 1937.

Narrator: Fred Himebaugh.

What brooding shape of horror dwelt in the black castle that topped the sinister island?

Protecting Project Pulp 78: Robert E. Howard

Main Fiction: “Shadows in the Moonlight” (Part II) by Robert E. Howard, first published in Weird Tales, April 1934.

Narrator: Nick Camm.

Far below her something moved. It was as if a black shadow detached itself from the gulf of shadows below her. It moved slowly up the sheer face of the cliff—a vague bulk, shapeless in the semi-darkness. Panic caught Olivia by the throat.

Protecting Project Pulp 77: Robert E. Howard

Main Fiction: “Shadows in the Moonlight” (Part I) by Robert E. Howard, first published in Weird Tales, April 1934.

Narrator: Nick Camm.

‘Oh, I’ve dreamed of such a meeting as this, while I crawled on my belly through the brambles, or lay under rocks while the ants gnawed my flesh, or crouched in the mire up to my mouth—I dreamed, but never hoped it would come to pass. Oh, gods of Hell, how I have yearned for this!’

Protecting Project Pulp 74: Henry Kuttner

Main Fiction: “World’s End” by Henry Kuttner, first published in Weird Tales, Feb. 1938.

Narrator: Simon Hildebrandt.

In the cosmic scheme of things, time was meant to be unchangeable.

Episode links: Synthetic Voices and The OutRamp.

Protecting Project Pulp 73: M. G. Moretti

Main Fiction: “The Strangling Hands” by M. G. Moretti, first published in Weird Tales, Feb. 1938.

Narrator: Daniel Reynolds.

The story of the Eye that was stolen from an idol in a jungle shrine, and the weird doom that pursued those who stole it.

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