Silent Sundays: Weird Tales (1932)

Margaret Brundage, Cover Art for “Weird Tales” Magazine

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  1. What happened to the macabre of horror that used to scare people ? Now its all run of the mill gore but not scary, or worse no gore and not scary such as twilight


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