This will finish up all the bloody horror and gore that’s fit to post from Horror Tales Vol. 2 No. 6, November 1970.Our first story, “Green Horror,” is a straight reprint from Fantastic Fears No. 8, July-August 1954. I have read scientists believe that plants have something, a change in electronic pulses or some such, that might be interpreted as “feelings.” Well, if anger is a possibility, the one plant life I’d want to keep happy is a desert cactus. This blood-splattered tale describes why it’s best to stay on ol’ thorny’s good side (but not too much on the good side)!
About Larry Woromay’s ”Walk the Edge of Darkness”, Table of Contents supplies these words: ”Locked in her brain as she raced to her doom was the thing from another world. Help!” I will simply ad that Mr. Woromay, with his long, loose line - rendered some of the slimmest, sexiest women in the Eerie Pub. universe!
Well, it’s time to draw the curtain and dim the lights – let the soft velvet of night come pricked with stars to be as a blanket for the huge, round curve of the earth. Close and lock the door. Huddle around the candle. I’ll be back as soon as I’m able!