Midnight, 01:08 October 7, 1922


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This G-Book® downloadable e-magazine reproduces the eighth weekly issue of Midnight magazine, Vol. 1, No. 8 from October 7, 1922. Published by the early health and fitness guru Bernarr Macfadden, better known as the founder of Physical Culture magazine, Midnight began in these early issues as a tabloid-style pulp covering titillating and risque subjects, as well as a dabbling of crime and mystery stories. Several of these early issues were confiscated and destroyed by police as indecent, and all these issues are very rare today.

The magazine's first issue was on August 19, 1922, and just 14 issues later it renamed itself Midnight Mysteries and turned away from the expose and scandal stories to all mysteries. Two weeks later the cover morphed to Midnight Mystery Stories, and it ceased publication after only 24 issues, in early 1923. Macfadden went on to build a magazine and newspaper empire in addition to spreading his natural health philosophy. Among his twenty or so magazines were True Story, True Detective, True Romances, Liberty, Model Airplane News, Ghost Stories, and PhotoPlay. He published about a dozen newspapers as well, the most controversial being the New York Evening Graphic.

Contents of this Issue:

  • Editorial: Midnight Sons (Bernarr Macfadden)
  • How I Begged a Fortune From You (Doc Miller)
  • Was Man Made for Marriage? (Mrs. Phillip Lydig)
  • Now Who's Looney? (T. Bell)
  • Out of the Night, a Short Story (Lyon Mearson)
  • Are the Crooks Cleverer than the Cops? An interview with Richard E. Enright, Police Commissioner, City of New York
  • Bring back the Chaperone (P. Sommerville)
  • Philandering Philadelphia (Charles Duke)
  • Why Beautiful Women Commit Suicide (Arthur Howland)
  • Who Has the Best Knees on Kneesy Street—that's Broadway?
  • Nature vs. the Moral Laws (T. Howard Kelly)
  • My Greatest Midnight Thrill!
  • Why Men Leave Home, a Dramatic Review (P.L. Atkinson)
  • Sold to the Devil (John R. Coryell)
  • Daughter of a Murderer (Part Three of Four) (John W. Grey)

Publisher: Midnight Publishing Company, Inc., 1922
Editor: Bernarr Macfadden
Size: 9.25" x 12.25"
Issue: Volume 1: Number 8; October 7, 1922
Pages: 32
Download Size: 31 MB (broadband connection recommended)
Resolution: 200 ppi resolution, sufficient to zoom to 200% actual size.
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