Domain: badmags.com

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BAD MAGS
Adult content · ENTER at your own risk - 18+. Contents © 2004 by Tom Brinkmann and Headpress/Critical Vision Books.
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A recent book about her life and murder––Sharon Tate and the Manson Murders by Greg King––helped put certain aspects of her personality into focus, ...
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In the March 1976 (v8 #4) issue of Nymphet, a newsstand girlie mag, in a letter to “The Nymph’s Box,” i.e., the editor, titled, “Satanic Sex” that was ...
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The earliest magazine with an iconographic biker cover was the April 7, 1951 issue of the Saturday Evening Post that sported a painting by Stevan Dohanos ...
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Mel Lenowitz was listed on the staff as researcher, and most likely was the Mel Lenny who was the advertising manager of the later Eerie Publications. ...
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Contents © 2004 by Tom Brinkmann and Headpress/Critical Vision Books.
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Inside Detective - v48 #3 March 1970 ... Police Detective - 1977 Annual - Winter 1977 ... Los Angeles Times Magazine -v5 #20 May 14, 1989 ...
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His paperback books are far from all accounted for and they’ve been better documented than the magazines containing his work. In spite of that, ...
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Press Arts came into existence at the same North Hollywood address in late ... Press Arts then briefly used a P.O. Box in Canoga Park until they moved to ...
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With some of the groups like Straight Satans and particularly The Satan Slaves, Manson had deep association during the following year of violence.” ...
 
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