|The picture shows the cover of this original FATE Magazine, Issue No. 35, publication date February 1953.|
Sporting the byline "True Stories Of The Strange And The Unknown", FATE Magazine is the world39;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:
"The Gulls that Saved the Mormons", by Peg Miller
"Car of Destiny", by John Thompson
"Where Was Admiral Tryon?", by Don C. Trenary
"The Incredible Voyage", by Albert A. Brandt
"Mystery at Penkaet Castle", by Edmond P. Gibson
"What Was the "Thing"?", by Phyllis Duncan Brown
"My House of Evil", by Hazel E. Monte
"Rider Haggard and His Dog", by Denys Parsons, M.Sc.
"The Unfading Rsoes", by F. Terry Newman
"Edgar Cayce - Modern Man of Miracles", by Paul M. Vest
"Mystery of the Ghost Bullets", by Harold T. Wilkins
"Fortune-Telling By Cycles", by Alan Dorsey
"The Devil39;s Tramping Ground", by John Harden
"Story of a Closed Mind", by Dr. W. E. Farbstein
"Re-living the Dieppe Raid", by Edmond P. Gibson
"Freud on Occultism", by Cornelius Tabori
"I See By the Papers", by Curtis Fuller
"The Man History Wouldn39;t Let Alone", by Harold Helfer
"King of the Incas", by Jack Sheppard
"Human Firefly", by Dr. W. E. Farbstein
"Telepathy for Everyone", by Alson J. Smith
"True Mystic Experiences"
"Seaweed Magic", by Madeline Montalban
"Fingers of FATE", by Harold Helfer
"Weird Suicide", by Harold T. Wilkins
"Report From the Readers"