|The picture shows the cover of this original FATE Magazine, Issue No. 96, publication date March 1958.|
Sporting the byline "True Stories Of The Strange And The Unknown", FATE Magazine is the world's leading magazine of the paranormal. Started in 1948, it has published expert opinions and personal experiences relating to UFOs, psychic abilities, ghosts and hauntings, cryptozoology, alternative medicine, and Fortean phenomena for a devoted readership worldwide. All stories in this magazine are purported to be factual. This is not a collection of science fiction stories.
This magazine measures 5 1/2" wide and 7 1/4" tall. It is complete and in good condition as shown by the picture.
There are many interesting articles and advertisements in this issue, including:
"Tokyo Space Ship", by Norman Sklarewitz
"Mind-Reader Who Trapped Alberta's Mad Murderer", by Alan Hynd
"Miracles At Sea", by Harvey Berman
"Amy Castile and the Hell-Hound", by Bill Wharton
"The Disaster of the Shenandoah", by Dede Smith
"The Five-Year-Old Father", by U. Sinha Gupta
"Our Timetable to Space", by Willy Ley
"UFO Sightings and Alibis", by Frank Edwards
"Mars - the Mystery Planet", by Max B. Miller
"Ancient Electric Battery", by H. C. Goble
"Can Supermatter Conquer Gravity?", by C. F. Krafft
"Royal Jelly - Miracle Food?", by John E. Malloy
"I See By the Papers"
"Witchcraft in West Germany"
"The Age of Life"
"They Caught A Spaceman", by Albert E. Helland
"True Mystic Experiences"
"Fingers of Fate", by Harold Helfer
"A Spirit Mapped the Flight"
"My Proof of Survival"
"Report From the Readers"