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Old Cromptons Secret

by Harl Vincent

Tom's extraordinary machine glowed-and the years were banished from Old Crompton's body. But there still remained, deep-seated in his century-old mind, the memory of his crime

Spawn of the Stars

by Charles W Diffin

The Earth lay powerless beneath those loathsome, yellowish monsters that, sheathed in cometlike globes, sprang from the skies to annihilate man and reduce his cities to ashes.

Mad Music

by Anthony Pelcher

The sixty stories of the perfectly constructed Colossus building had mysteriously crashed! What was the connection between this catastrophe and the weird strains of the Mad Musician's violin?

The Destroyer

by William Merriam Rouse

Slowly, insidiously, there stole over Allen Parker something uncanny. He could no longer control his hands-even his brain!

The Atom Smashers

by Victor Rousseau

Four destinies rocket through the strange Time-Space of the Fourth Dimension in Tode's marvelous Atom-Smasher.

Giants of the Ray

by Tom Curry

Madly the three raced for their lives up the shaft of the radium mine, for behind them poured a stream of hideous monsters-giants of the ray!

Ghost World

by Sewell Peaslee Wright

Commander John Hanson records another of his thrilling interplanetary adventures with the Special Patrol Service.

Brigands of the Moon

by Ray Cummings

Gregg Haljan was aware that there was a certain danger in having the giant spaceship Planetara stop off at the moon to pick up Grantline's special cargo of moon ore. For that rare metal-invaluable in keeping...

The Cavern World

by James P Olsen

A great oil field had gone dry-and Asher, trapped far under the earth among the revolting Petrolia, learns why.

When the Moon Turned Green

by Hal K Wells

Outside his laboratory Bruce Dixon finds a world of living dead men-and above, in the sky, shines a weird green moon.

A Slave is a Slave

by Piper H Beam

There has always been strong sympathy for the poor, meek, downtrodden slave- the kindly little man, oppressed by cruel and overbearing masters. Could it possibly have been misplaced...?

When the Mountain Came to Miramar

by Charles W Diffin

It is magic against magic as Garry Connell bluffs for his life with a prehistoric savage in the heart of Sentinel Mountain.

Stolen Brains

by Capt SP Meek

Dr. Bird, scientific sleuth extraordinary, goes after a sinister stealer of brains.

Vandals of the Stars

by AT Locke

A livid flame flares across Space-and over Manhattan hovers Teuxical, vassal of Malfero, Lord of the Universe, who comes with ten thousand warriors to ravage and subjugate one more planet for his master.

The Ray of Madness

by Capt SP Meek

""There's no hurry, Doctor,"" replied Operative Carnes of the United States Secret Service as he entered the room and sat on the edge of the Doctor's desk. ""I haven't got a case up my sleeve this time; I just...

From Amber Block

by Tom Curry

A giant amber block at last gives up its living, ravenous prey.

The Terrible Tentacles of L-472

by Sewell Peaslee Wright

Commander John Hanson of the Special Patrol Service records another of his thrilling interplanetary assignments.

The Forgotten Planet

by Sewell Peaslee Wright

I have been asked to record, plainly and without prejudice, a brief history of the Forgotten Planet. That this record, when completed, will be sealed in the archives of the Interplanetary Alliance and remain...

Terror Air Level Six

by Harl Vincent

It was a sweltering evening in mid-August, during that unprecedented heat wave which broke Weather Bureau records in 2011. New York City had simmered under a blazing sun for more than three weeks, and all who...

Gray Denim

by Harl Vincent

Beneath the huge central arch in Cooper Square a meeting was in progress-a gathering of the gray-clad workers of the lower levels of New York. Less than two hundred of their number were in evidence, and these...