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Check out this scary 1952 Tales From the Crypt page! This spine-tingling next to last page of the story was drawn by the great master of horror: Graham "Ghastly" Ingels from the story titled: "None But the lonely Heart!" This story features an evil man who marries homely wealthy women and murders them for their money. He receives a lonely-hearts letter from a woman who tells him that she lives in a large stone house and encloses a photograph of a lovely woman whom she admits the picture displays her two years ago. Not having a more recent snapshot, The man thinks she is so beautiful after having to marry the ugly women from his past that it's time to wind up his racket and settle down. He proposes to her and she accepts, but when he drives out to her address on this very page, he finds it's a cemetery. At first he thinks he's made a mistake, then the door of the car is ripped away on the very last page, and the woman's corpse tears him out and drags him into her coffin in the mausoleum saying "I've been so lonely, but that will change, now you're here with me!! LOL Art has an image area of 13" x 18", and the art is in Excellent condition.