E041: The Last of Mrs. Debrugh

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This spooky episode, Rob gets far too deep into the weeds of Dutch doctoring and we read a story from the October, 1937 issue of Weird Tales. “The Last of Mrs. Debrugh” (or “DeBrugh”, which is how it is in the story but not the title or table of contents) is scary in the way a giant vat of mayonaisse is scary. Which is to say it’s not, but it does make you feel uneasy. So strap yourself in for mild thrills in a story that cares as much about general pipe cleanliness as providing you chills!

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E040: The Secret of the Invisible Girl

Girl power! Well, invisible girl power. Not THE Invisible Girl power, though. You know what, forget I mentioned it.

Celebrate Rob and Alan’s 40th episode with a quick pitch for the Inspector Poirot Extended Cinematic Universe (“This summer: The Name for Action is Miss Lemon!”) and then learn one of “Doctor Hackensaw’s Secrets.” Who’s that? We don’t know but apparently this author wrote a bunch of these kinds of stories for different magazines through the years. This one is “The Secret of the Invisible Girl” and it will take you from the Old West all the way to deepest Africa, or at least as close to any of those places as an old sci-fi author who does not bother to do research can get. Plus, inventions: Smelling masks! Cameras that can see auras! Bananas! This one has it all!

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