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WEIRD WORLDS!

STRANGE CUSTOMS!

and TRICKS to MYSTIFY YOUR FRIENDS!

A frankly fetid foreword by

Joe Hill

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1. WEIRD WORLDS!

Many have wondered why the young are so obsessed with tales of horror

and menace! Why they delight over depictions of torture and unspeakable agony !

But the children of MEN are not so different from the young of other worlds!

Consider the juveniles of planet 1950! A land colored in the hues of a black-and-

white movie, in which the most astonishing geographical features were the towering

peaks of Jayne Mansfeld’s gazongas , and the deepest shadows were cast

by the horrifying fends who stalked the Universal Monster Movies!

In this world, the young were raised to believe in obedience , duty , hard work ,

a clean and healthful love of athletics , and sex in the missionary position (on the

rare occasions the flthy procreative act was mentioned at all)!!

Yet the teachings of their elders often failed! WHY??

An atavistic, species-wide fascination with suffering and perversion led

many of the most fragile and imaginative of these children to explore forbidden

books which gloried in pain, madness, ghouls, black rituals, and buxom babes in

bewitching beribboned bare-back bustiers! These cheap, grimy, widely available

“COMIC” BOOKS – ironically named, for there was nothing COMIC about the

stomach-turning horrors that lay within them! – were for years thought harmless,

and so infected and warped a generation of minds, before they could be wisely

banned!

2. STRANGE CUSTOMS!

Obsessively reading , discussing , trading , and collecting these comic books was

the custom among the most fevered of the young in that world! The thought and

energy that went into acquiring and preserving such maggoty mags is beyond

imagining! A sample of the magazines that so mesmerized the children of planet

1950s is in your hands NOW!

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