An Ace Jessel story. First published in Ghost Stories, April 1929. Another title for this is ‘The Spirit of Tom Molyneaux’. Howard used the pseudonym John Taverel for this story.

Contents

  • 6 • Coins of Doom • short story by Urann Thayer
  • 12 • My Daughter Who Never Existed • short story by John Miller Gregory
  • 17 • Did the Ghost of Bismark Warn the Kaiser? • essay by Albert E. Gallin
  • 19 • The Apparition in the Prize Ring • [Ace Jessel] • short story by Robert E. Howard [as by John Taverel]
  • 23 • The Ghost of the Clergyman’s Wife • short story by Noble Forrest
  • 24 • The Strangest Murder Trial • short story by A Court Baliff
  • 28 • The Bride and the Open Grave • short story by Robert H. Chilton
  • 29 • She Walks in Beauty • short story by Anatole Feldman
  • 31 • When the Yankee Ace Came Back • short story by ‘Pinky’ Martin
  • 36 • The Spider (Part 5 of 8) • serial by Grace Oursler
  • 43 • The Face in the Fog • essay by Tito Schipa
  • 45 • What Is Black Magic? • [A Medium’s Memoirs] • essay by Horace Leaf
  • 48 • The House I Haunted • short story by Helen Brooks
  • 53 • A Quaker Lady’s Strange Experience • short story by A. J. Fawlett
  • 54 • The Witch in the Next Room • short story by Walter B. Gibson
  • 62 • A Bad Half Hour • short story by W. Adolphe Roberts
  • 66 • Phantom Lovers (Part 4 of 5) • serial by Grant Hubbard
  • 72 • Phantom Finger-Prints • essay by Robert Napier
  • 74 • Taking Tea with a Spirit • essay by Marie McCraw Robinson
  • 77 • The Spectral Ship • essay by J. Christy MacManus
  • 93 • Was This Impossible? • essay by Gilbert Draper

Notes

Edited by George Bond.

“Coins of Doom” is credited as “Harry Mason, as told to Urann Thayer”.
“She Walks in Beauty” is credited as “Frederick Graham, as told to Anatole Feldman”.
“The House I Haunted” is credited as “Jean Humphrey, as told to Helen Brooks”.
“A Bad Half Hour” is credited as “Francis Curran, as told to W. Adolphe Roberts”.

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Publisher : The Constructive Publishing Corporation
Year : April 1929
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Format : Periodical (Pulp Magazine)
Pages : 102
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An Ace Jessel story. First published in Ghost Stories, April 1929. Another title for this is ‘The Spirit of Tom Molyneaux’. Howard used the pseudonym John Taverel for this story.

Tags: Pulp / Robert E. Howard / Weird Tales