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interior of a dusty

mausoleum which over me. Dimly

realized

By Art Stampler
I

held the remains of a ruler who had sweet smell that arose from the burnbeen dead three thousand years that ing liquid in the lamp was causing my it happened. was trying to decipher sleepiness. Then, just before slipped
I I

am

an old woman now, but


I

still

the nightmares come. Still, on the am horrible wings of evil dreams, transported far below the surface of the earth to a land where sightless, scuttling things dart blindly through the tunnels built by an army of dead am getting ahead of men, who but
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My name was Myra Cummings. was one of the first women allowed by Gordon University to takea Doctor's
archeology. In order to collect enough data to write a suitable traveled to Africa, doctoral thesis to do research among the fabulous old tombs of the ancient Pharaohs. puttered around in the It was while

some into the peaceful greyness of unconcrumbling clay tablets. The light in the sciousness, saw it happen, A section crypt was weak. My eye fell upon an of the stone wall of the mausoleum old oil lamp; it was a primitive thing, swung away, disclosing a series of but saw to my amusement that there stone steps which seemed to drop was fuel in it, evidently placed there down, to knew not where. And from up those steps came clambering a by one of my native assistants. struck a match and touched the flick- ragged, emaciated, skuil-faced mob ering flame to the wick of the lamp. of dead men! It lighted without trouble, but it smoked had fainted as the skeleton-men
the heroglyphics enscribed on
I

degree

in

lot, and wasted a few minutes had approached me, and when awoke trimming the wick. Then set on found myself a prisoner in one of and returned to my clay the caverns which made up the City tablets. was in a huge of the Living Dead. The first indication had of anything chamber which was guarded by living

it

a stone ledge

wrong was the odor. The smelt was skeletons


sickeningly sweet.
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of the

same

kind as those

crept over
feel

and made my timbs

me which had taken me prisoner on the heavy and earth's surface. Buttherewerehuman

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beings there, too, prisoners like me, found that a young man nearby was gazing at me with pity. He introduced himself as Allen Cliit, an English biggame hunter who the skeleton men had seized in the eerie fastness of the African jungle. Allen was a great comfort to me in the trying days that followed. His steadiness and courage helped me to keep my sanity in the face of the horrors that were shown
I

Allen told

me what was probably the reason for our macabre ]obs, "Living underground as they do," he explained, "they're nodoubtafraid

arose a

great wail as the hanging victims of the Living Dead discovered that no one was there to whip them,

that any loud noise will cause vibrations great enough to start cave-ins and landslides." But was too distraught to listen.
I

to us.

"Allen, must get out of here!" ground out through clenched teeth, "Take me out of here!" "Myra, listen closely," Allen said
1 I

and gave vent to their pain. We raced through the narrow caverns, scrapping ourselves on the crystal rocks that protruded outwards from the muddy walls. looked at my arm and saw blood beginning to form at the surface where had
I I

gashed myself,
Allen

put
to a
pit,

his

arm

around
as
in

plaining that

The skeleton men began by exwe were to be changed

hurriedly.

of the tunnels
I

"Have you seem to

noticed that

all

shoulder
a lava

steady

me

my we came to
the cavern
into a

incline slightly?

huge hole

by a gradual process which would make us just like them in minds and bodies. They tookus on an inspection tour of their city, and what we saw made our flesh crawl with disgust and our blood run icy cold in our veins. For they were running a factory of evil, and the product that they were manufacturing was living dead men! We saw the horrible process in all of Its avirful stages, and we were
told the

think that each tunnel rises almost imperceptibly, and that by following the tunnels to their very end we can reach the surface of the earth!" And Allen outlined the plans for our escape. That night, when ail was quiet in the great cave save for the whimpering of the poor unfortunates who were strung

that extended

downwards

dark

up by their wrists awaitingtransformation


into Living Dead beings, we lay down our whips and crept out inlothe

story of the

dream

of

the

tunnel.

Dead to overrun the surface of the earth and turn every human into
Living

an immortal monster. "They're insane!"


Allen.

whispered

to

He nodded grimly, "Yes," he said. "Yes, they're insane. But they can carry out their plan, unless something happens to stop them before it's too
late!"
I

our captors were in sight, we sped up the dark luckily, and stone corridors for our very lives. dued us. We were tied hand and foot and Overhead huge black bats brushed their great wings against the damp dragged back to their City of the rock ceiling. Blind lizards scuttled Living Dead far beneath the surface across the stone floor with a dry, of the Earth. We were dragged past scraping sound. And behind us there the rows of people strung up to the

None

of

oblivion. The hole was more than eightfeet across, and thereseemed no to cross it. "Do you think you can jump it?" Alien asked. I stared downwards into the hole trying to pierce the inky darkness. "l*)o, don't think so." "There's got to be another way. Come on, we'll try a different tunnel." But before we could move, the Skeleton Men were on us. We struggled, but the sickening creatures were too strong, and they quickly sub-

way

the creatures

thought of a world controlled by who stood before me,


I

and

stop them, Allen?"

He was strong and


but
I

shuddered. "What can we do to whispered. full of courage,


I

him shudder, know," he said. "But you can pray!" hadn't been praying right As if
felt

too.

"I don't

along!

The skeleton men were

efficient.

They used every hour; while we were waiting our turn to be transformed into Living Dead, we were allassigned were taken to a tasks. Allen and cave where long rows of men and women had been strung from the
I

ceiling

by

long

ropes tied to their

were horrible to look at. hair had turned color; their fingernails had grown until their hands were claw-like; and their flesh had
wrists. Tiiey

Their

until they were almost like the skeleton men in appearance. These were the "lucky" humans chosen by the Living Dead to be given felt faint. gift of immortal life! was what I'd look like when If this they finished with me, anything was

wasted away

the

better than allowing

them

to

make

me! Allen and were given whips and were instructed to beat the creatures looked at if they started to scream. Allen in wonderment when heard that. Later, when we were alone,
of
I
I

monster

ceiling,

and

finally

we were thrown
idol.
It

before a giant ebony


feet high
of a

stood

fifty

began to raise as well until parallel to the diamond.

it

floated

and was formed intheshape

woman* From her head extended two horns not unlike those of a cow,

and floating between them in what ing through one of the facets, and we seemed to be a field of electricity, drone on. climbed out onto the head of the giant was a huge glowing orb. The orb "Oh Sacred Isis, we who were once Idol. We quickly made our way down seemed to pulsate, and the light that yourchildren, and who now serve you the back of the figure, hidden from the
passed through it appeared as a rain- through eternity, commend unto you all those who stood before these desecraters of your most holy in a cacophony of colors. It was of tombs. Isis, the Egyptian Goddess of the "We who were once the mighty moon, but what it was doing here, Pharaohs of Egypt commend unto you miles beneath the surfaceof the Earth, our lives for you to do with as you was soon to find out, much to my will, Oh Mighty Isis. We are one with

The orb seems to grow, and then suddenly, we found ourselves inside it, as if it had swallowed us up. But still we could hear the Priest's words

had to keep alert, for once out of here. Rich and would have to run as quickly as possible to the escape tunnels. Rich finally managed to cut an openI

bow bathing
it

view of the Skeleton Men, butnearthe bottom, fell, and the High Priest heard me. He was about to order his men to chase us, when the huge solar diamond began to fall from its perch high above
I

everlasting horror.

The Skeleton Men and


us,

tied

usto the

alter

that stood before the great black idol, was then that it realized that the orb that floated so very high above
I

was made

of

purediamond;
I

a three

foot sphere of diamond. could not conceive the incredible value that it must have possessed. Once we were completely bound before Isis, the leader of the Skeleton Men, undoubtedly the high priest, approached us and said, "These humans have insulted Isis, our God, our Protector, They have blasphemed our God, and forthatwesacrificethem unto you. Oh great isis." The High Priest placed his hands before him, palms upturned, and he gestured towards the alter. Staring directly at the glowing orb, he brought his hands upwards, and the alter

the idol. Evidently, when Rich cut the hole in it, the diamond was thrown off The priest continued his prayers balance. It fell to the ground and and slowly the story became clear. In- shattered in a thousand pieces. Rich credible as it might sound, these picked as many of the pieces as he skeleton creatures were indeed the could, and then ordered me to run ancient Pharoahs. For when they died, as quickly as possible to the tunnels. and were mummified, the Goddess of The skeleton men were shouting, less the Moon, Isis, placed them in a state at our escape than at their fallen of nether being in that they were idol. For when the diamond orb shatnot fully dead, nor were they fully tered, Isis' power over them faded, alive. and they were slowly being turned But over the centuries, Isis lost her to dust, for her powers were no powers as belief in her began towain. longer keeping them alive. It wasn't until our Astronauts brought When Allen heard the screams beback the rock samples from the moon, hind us he grasped my arm and from her dominion, that power again urged me to hurry. And soon undercoursed through her body. With this stood why, for behind us there began

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us!

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blackness before us. It star, seen through to the surface! have looked at the stars many, many times in the course of my long life, but no star has ever looked as beautiful to me as that silver pinpoint of light. And just as we saw it the major cave-ins began! heard unholy shrieks and

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to return it to Charles after broke our engagement, but for some reason, kept it. Funny should think of Charles at a moment like this. We were to be married this month, but then learned he was a fraud, a phony who collected women like others collected stamps, left him and wanted to go as far away as possible, which is why chose Egypt to begin my studies. It was far from Charles, and far
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one more thing. Congrats on the Bill Everett Pin- Up. It's a beauty. (Beauty?) I hope you'll be doing a series of these. I'm sure one day they'll be collector's items.

Looking through most of the vantage over other weird type horror publications, I see that mags now on the newstands.
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Did any of you down there on
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Since learning of your new piresthere have been too many 'Nightmare,' I was discusof them. sing the brajiching out of this Also, how's about some mystery, horror type field with modern-day monsters? Too some artist friends of mine. We many of the stories take place your magazine will introhope in the old, old days. As a reader duce some of the better talented of today, I'd like some horror illustrators of not only the com- stories that can happen in our ics, but other fields as well. What era. better place than a periodical Good Luck andlet'shave some of this type to let a truly good modern monsters. artist loose beyond his wildest Richard Selma imagination. Editor Sol Brod-

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