Mystic Magazine dealt with the occult: numerology, tea reading, astrology, crystal gazing, palmistry, fortune telling, etc. The magazine felt as though it was aimed at a female market. There were occasional fiction pieces but the majority of the contents were non-fiction. The magazine lasted four issues and then became True Mystic Crimes for one last issue.
- Fawcett Publications, Inc.; Minneapolis, MN
- Mystic Magazine
- 1930: Nov; Dec
- 1931: Jan; Mar
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