Sunday, April 7, 2013

Pulp Gallery: GHOST STORIES (1926)



9 comments:

Cap'n Bob said...

Ghosts don't frighten me now, but when I was a kid they scared the tar out of me.

David Cranmer said...

And still sharp covers.

Todd Mason said...

And where was the Defense of Marriage Act when women were marrying their Astral Lovers, I ask you? Astral Love was widely illegal in those years...but, alas, ectoplasm-detection technology hadn't been sufficiently refined to allow for proper legal punishment of them specter-lovers...

Todd Mason said...

And if one marries one's astral lover, and is haunted by the ghost of themself, how can they avoid a haunted honeymoon? Clearly a theme issue.

Christine said...

He fell in love with a ghost, she married one, and the other guy killed one... plenty of things one can do with a ghost! I wish I could find one for $10K. Fantastic covers -- thanks for the Sunday morning laugh.

Richard R. said...

Spectral spouses, indeed.

Evan Lewis said...

I'm curious about the guy who was 10,000 years old. What's he doing now that Geico is no longer making caveman commercials?

Oscar said...

You have a nice collection if you have these and all the ones you've been posting about. The top cover looks like my great-grandson ready for Halloween trick or treating.

Evan Lewis said...

Wish I owned 'em, Oscar. But the nice thing about having only pictures is . . . they take up less space.