First and only printing published 1932 (June 25th) published by Bullseye, London.
Condition: Good+ 28pp, Original isssue of The Bullseye magazine, no 75, Vol 3 (June 25th, 1932)
Original illustrated blue paper wraps. The creepily atmospheric cover illustration is for The Phantom of the Pit, the text beneath reads:
"With one hand the phantom pushed the portal wide, appearing to emerge through the solid wall behing that false door-and in one lank arm the spectre held the limp figure of a beautiful senseless girl! A jeering, chuckling laugh broke from the phantom's grimacing lips"
Wraps are lightly worn to the edges, a couple of small nicks, the blue covers are browning to the extremeties, general light age soiling and wear, pages are uniformly browned/toned , staples have rusted.
* Contains, Uncanny stories: THE PHANTOM OF THE PIT and THE RETURN OF THE PHANTOM, with gloriously crude, spooky illustrations (see pics), as expected, there are no other copies online, RARE