Here is some truly terrifying content! Two issues of Thrilling Mystery Novel from Summer 1946 and May 1947. Pulps such as Thrilling Mystery Novel, Eerie Stories, and Dime Mystery Magazine (to name a very few) catered to lovers of mystery and horror. Adding to the mystery, many pulp writers used pen names; for instance, “Jonathan Stagge” author of the exquisitely titled “Death’s Old Sweet Song” is actually one of several pen names for writers Hugh Callingham Wheeler and Richard Wilson Webb. Mysteries abound in these fantastic pulps!
Thrilling Mystery Novels. Vol.26, No.3.
Thrilling Publications, New York. May 1947.
Jetmobile, 1952, by Richard Harp. Harp made two versions of his 3-wheeled “jet-car”, the second after the first was destroyed in a fire. The body was made from aircraft fuel tanks. The 1952 version of the car used a rear-mounted horizontally-opposed 4 cylinder aviation engine but later it was fitted with a Ford V8