O'Hare had embarked on his strangest case. For he was on the trail of a man who combined business with pleasure by insuring his victims before killing them. And When O'Hare caught up with this homicide host, he found his quarry about to sacrifice another beautiful girl on the altar of greed.
Jupiter Jones, naked and helpless in the slime of that vile world, cursed the space warp that had flung him down among its groveling mutants. For their rising, exited whispers proclaimed him a knight in shining armor -- the bright weapon in his hands their only hope against the vicious octopods who enslaved them!Episode 36 is "Sword of Fire" by Emm…
After much too long of a hiatus, the podcast is back with a boxing story, "Leather Larceny" by Larry Sternig. "This kid they practically dragged into the ring... made him fight... made him yellow... made him tough... made him champ."
Just before a bullet removed Leander Leffwell from the living, that Beantown screwball had completed his radio for talking with the dead. And to spot Leander’s sponsor, Snooty Piper set out to tune himself in on hell’s black network.
Each warrior was given a sacred bundle, to keep and to pass on in reverence down through generations, never to open it, never to reveal what power lay within. Now, that generational secret is threatened, and it may be more dangerous than anyone could have imagined.
As the creatures of a condemned man's dream, the Brotherhood of Black Evil arose from the dust of 800,000 years to weave its spell of criminal sorcery over those who knew the answer to the Gray Sphinx riddle.
This episode used to be number 12, but after the relaunch, is now number 2. It is a western, happening before law came to San Francisco. Written by Gordon Young, originally published in Adventure, February of 1919.