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Ghostly Tales (1966) - #152
"HeHHEHEHEH"
Charlton


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  Writer(s):
Steve Ditko

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Steve Ditko

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Editor(s):
George R. Wildman

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Cover Date: December 1981
Cover Price: US $ 0.50

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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A gang of teenage thugs ransacks an old graveyard. A ghost teaches them a lesion.

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Miss Lucille Sanders; an 84year old woman confined to a nursing home wants to spend her last years in style. She has a bond with Satan and uses it to influence others. She uses her powers to steal her young niecesí body and live life anew.

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Long ago in a old European village lived a man who was a famous wood carver. He was known the world over for making puppets for ventriloquists. He could make the puppets magically speak. Malik a desperate man who came to him and under gunpoint forced him to make a puppet for him. He then killed the old wood carver only to latter find out the wood carver placed a spell on him. He became the puppet and the old wood carver his master.

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