Hugh Cave circa 1935.

(1910 - 2004) U.S. Author best known for his horror and supernatural stories. He began writing his career writing for a broad range of pulp fiction genres including the Weird Menace genre and the Hard Boiled Detective genre.

During the 1930's and 1940's, Hugh Cave created over 800 pulp fiction stories. Quickly, Mr. Cave became one of the top pulp writers who was qualified to write in most any genre for all of the top tier magazines. Although he is most famous today for his work in the Weird Menace genre, he produced a vast amount of material in many areas.

After the pulps, Mr. Cave's story-telling moved into the mainstream slick magazine market. Since the 1970's, Mr. Cave created a number of mystery and dark fantasy stories for the mainstream paperback market. His writing career continues today with stories appearing in magazines such as Cemetary Dance and a number of new novels.

Interviews with Mr. Cave:
  • January 1997
  • August, 1999

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    Hugh Cave circa 1935.

    (1910 - 2004) U.S. Author best known for his horror and supernatural stories. He began writing his career writing for a broad range of pulp fiction genres including the Weird Menace genre and the Hard Boiled Detective genre.

    During the 1930's and 1940's, Hugh Cave created over 800 pulp fiction stories. Quickly, Mr. Cave became one of the top pulp writers who was qualified to write in most any genre for all of the top tier magazines. Although he is most famous today for his work in the Weird Menace genre, he produced a vast amount of material in many areas.

    After the pulps, Mr. Cave's story-telling moved into the mainstream slick magazine market. Since the 1970's, Mr. Cave created a number of mystery and dark fantasy stories for the mainstream paperback market. His writing career continues today with stories appearing in magazines such as Cemetary Dance and a number of new novels.

    Interviews with Mr. Cave:
  • January 1997
  • August, 1999

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    Spicy Mystery May 1942
    by Spicy Mystery

    Facsimile reprint from Adventure House of the May, 1942 issue of Spicy Mystery Stories. Featuring the cover story "Prayer to Satan" by E. Hoffman Price. Plus stories from Justin Case (Hugh B. Cave) and others.

    The Restless Dead
    by Hugh B. Cave

    A curse lingers over the Everol mansion -- a voodoo curse, born of evil, steeped in blood. The tormented family who lives in this house of horrors is beset by insanity, visions... and death. They have shut themselves off from the world, allowing no one to trespass on their blighted property. No one except Jeff Gordon, a university professor with a special knowledge of voodoo and the occult. Reluctantly, in desperation, the family has permitted Gordon to enter the mansion. But all Gordon's experience could never prepare him for the unearthly creatures that await him there -- or the ultimatre terror of the mysterious caves beneath the house. "Hugh B. Cave is a living legend. His voice can be heard in everything from Richard Laymon to David Niall Wilson." -- Masters of Terror

    Spicy Mystery Feb. 1938
    by Spicy Mystery

    Facsimile reprint from Adventure House of the Feb. 1938 issue of Spicy Mystery Stories. Stories include: Six Were Slain by Justin Case (Hugh B. Cave), Dealer In Death by Robert Leslie Bellem, Bright Isle of Enchantment by Lew Merrill as well as six other Spicy Mystery tales.

    Replica: Spicy Mystery July, 1936
    by Spicy Mystery

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