The magazine featured weird and fantasy fiction from November, 1953, until December, 1954, for a total run of 7 issues. Gradually the fiction was edged out by stories of "true experience."
With the 17th issue (October, 1956), the title was changed to Searth, and the magazine only published so-called non-fiction articles.
Also involved: - Bea Mahaffey
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