Pinup of the Week: Horror Stories August 1936

Horror Stories 1936 08-09

HELL’S HUNGRY
CHILDREN
A HORROR NOVEL
YOU’LL REMEMBER!

by ARTHUR
LEO ZAGAT

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2 Responses to “Pinup of the Week: Horror Stories August 1936”


  • Hey, I am the owner of this particular copy of Horror Stories! I was amazed to see a picture of the actual copy I own online! Where did you find this image?

    • I get pretty much all the covers I post from a particular online auction site. I’m betting you can guess which one. Coincidentally, I own a copy of this cover, but only the cover. I’m pretty sure it’s a John Drew cover. You can see the beginning of his signature on her left thigh. These are getting more rare and more expensive. I should have bought some back when they were actually affordable.

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