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The Curse of the Flying Dutchman

It's awesome enough to get one Lou Cameron story in an issue-- but getting TWO feels like discovering buried treasure! And this one is indeed a doozy as well, though not as bat shit crazy as the tattoo tale in our last post, but it sure does have its moments-- including one particularly painful panel that might make you wince, as well as a superbly spooky ending.From the April 1952 issue of Mysteries Adventures #7.
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