Witness to the Bizarre

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'''Witness to the Bizarre is a horror and dupernatural faznine edited by Melinda Jaeb.
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'''Witness to the Bizarre''' is a horror and supernatural fanzine edited by Melinda Jaeb.
Published in New York, U.S.A., in the 1980s,  ''Witness to the Bizarre''is 48 pages, with a stiff stapled cover, approx 5 1/2 by 8 1/2. All three issues were released in 1989.
Published in New York, U.S.A., in the 1980s,  ''Witness to the Bizarre''is 48 pages, with a stiff stapled cover, approx 5 1/2 by 8 1/2. All three issues were released in 1989.
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Cover art was by Jim Taber(#1), and Karl Koehler (#3).
Cover art was by Jim Taber(#1), and Karl Koehler (#3).
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Contrubors of writing include Keith Badowski, L. Locke Breaux, William Bunce, Wade Clark, Denise Dumars, William Gorman, Jana Hakes, Stephen Hess, V. W. Massie, Gene Matthews, William G. Raley ([[After Hours]]), Tim Thompson, Barbara Todd, Bobby G. Warner, Dorothy Warnke, Sheryll Watt, Dave Witts, and Thomas Zimmerman.
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Contributors of writing include Keith Badowski, L. Locke Breaux, William Bunce, Wade Clark, Denise Dumars, William Gorman, Jana Hakes, Stephen Hess, V. W. Massie, Gene Matthews, William G. Raley ([[After Hours]]), Tim Thompson, Barbara Todd, Bobby G. Warner, Dorothy Warnke, Sheryll Watt, Dave Witts, and Thomas Zimmerman.

Revision as of 16:21, 15 May 2011

Witness to the Bizarre is a horror and supernatural fanzine edited by Melinda Jaeb.

Published in New York, U.S.A., in the 1980s, Witness to the Bizarreis 48 pages, with a stiff stapled cover, approx 5 1/2 by 8 1/2. All three issues were released in 1989.

Cover art was by Jim Taber(#1), and Karl Koehler (#3).

Contributors of writing include Keith Badowski, L. Locke Breaux, William Bunce, Wade Clark, Denise Dumars, William Gorman, Jana Hakes, Stephen Hess, V. W. Massie, Gene Matthews, William G. Raley (After Hours), Tim Thompson, Barbara Todd, Bobby G. Warner, Dorothy Warnke, Sheryll Watt, Dave Witts, and Thomas Zimmerman.

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