My colleague Christopher Worthington sent me this story. It first appeared in Fantastic Adventures in April 1943. It was an interesting read, a sympathetic parody of the team of detectives that investigated the supernatural in Weird Tales in 93 episodes between the 1920s and the 1950s all composed by Seabury Quinn. Having read it, I didn’t know quite what to do with it, so decided it will eventually appear in The Arkham Archives, which is a proposed periodic publication to disseminate all items related to Arkham publications. The Phantom Fighter (1966) by Seabury Quinn was published with an M&M logo
The Last Case of Dr. Jules de G.