A CREEPING TERROR

by Douglas M. Dold. from Danger Trail, vol.1 #1, February 1926. A hunter and a missionary face a voracious menace in the deepest African jungle. GARRY LLOYD lurched into the open, staggered and fell. He was aware that the Terror crept up behind him. He got to his feet, grasping the thorny branch of an acacia for support. He must reach higher ground before it caught up. His bony, mask-like face set. The flat black mustache bristled stubbornly, his brown eyes grew glassy as the pain pounded and pulsed. He longed to take time to cut the "jigger" from its sac under his toenail. Objects swayed Continue reading