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"This Ghost-Town Is Haunted!": The ghost of a woman's grandfather saves her from her crooked boyfriend when he tries to use a ghost town for criminal purposes.



Appearing in "This Ghost-Town Is Haunted!"

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  • Marion (Single appearance)

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  • Sam Prebble

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  • Greg (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "This Ghost-Town Is Haunted!"

The ghost of a woman's grandfather saves her from her crooked boyfriend when he tries to use a ghost town for criminal purposes.

Appearing in "Hoodoo You Trust?"

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  • Tod Crayton (sideshow barker) (Single appearance) (Apparent Death)
  • Cain (Host)

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  • Penny Stark (Only appearance; dies)
  • Milo (Single appearance)
  • Stellini (Single appearance)
  • Pedlar (Single appearance)
  • Chortles (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Hoodoo You Trust?"

A circus performer is crippled while doing her routine and the barker dumps her. She commits suicide and the other performers rough him up as payback. He wants revenge so he goes into an occult shop and the woman there tells him that she's got just the thing. She tells him to head out into the swamp at night, walk thirteen paces from a tree, and then read this spell that she places in an envelope. She tells him not to open the envelope beforehand or the spell won't work. He follows the woman's instructions and when he opens the envelope and reads the letter it says "To the man who drove my granddaughter to suicide, you're standing in...quicksand!"

Appearing in "Swamp-God!"

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Synopsis for "Swamp-God!"

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Notes

  • In the 1st story This Ghost-Town Is Haunted! Mayer is credited as S. Meyer.
  • In the 3rd story Swamp-God! story idea by Jacobson.

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