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Zacherley's Vulture Stew

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Once again, Zacherley brings you a selection of stories to chill, edify, delight and paralyze - spicing his hellbroth with the ghoulish humor which makes Zacherley unique. (back cover copy)

"He Didn't Like Cats" by L. Ron Hubbard
"Dr. Jacobus Meliflore's Last Patient" by Mindret Lord
"The Devil Is Not Mocked" by Manly Wade Wellman
"Bones" by Donald A. Wolheim
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Mass Market Paperback, 160 pages
Published 1960 by Ballantine Books
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So here's this odd little anthology that combines two of my personal loves in one item - horror anthologies from before the 1980s and Horror Hosts. Obviously intended to cash in on Zacherley's popularity with the teen and campus crowds following his widely-loved late night television shows SHOCK THEATRE and ZACHERLEY AT LARGE in 1958/1959 (see also similar publications like Brother Theodore's Chamber Of Horrors) Zach is here listed as "Editor" but, seeing as how the majority of the selections co ...more
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“The boundary between the real and the unreal had been let down in Foote's mind, and between the comings and goings of the cloud-shadows and the dark errands of the ghosts there was no longer any way of making a selection. He had entered the cobwebby borderland between the human and the animal, where nothing is ever more than half true, and only as much as half true for the moment.

("There Shall Be No Darkness")”
“Hutch called into the semidarkness of The Shed. 'Somebody's coming, Heck!'

Then he, with the rest, faded from sight with that uncanny quickness known only to creatures of the wild and young children who are, after all, also creatures of the wild.

("The Shed")”
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