Series: The Hidden World

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The Hidden World No. 1: The Dero! The Tero! The Battle Between Good and Evil Underground - The True Story Of The Shaver & Inner Earth Mysteries by Richard Shaver1
The Hidden World, Spring 1961, Issue No. A-1, The True Story of the Shaver Mystery by Ray and Richard S. Shaver PalmerA1
The Hidden World No. 2: The Masked World Revealed - The True Story Of The Shaver And Inner Earth Mysteries by Richard Shaver2
The Hidden World No. 3: Mandark _ Story of the Messiah As Told in the Caves by Richard Shaver3
The Hidden World No. 5: The True Story Of The Shaver And Inner Earth Mysteries by Richard Shaver5
The Hidden World (Issue No. A-6) by and others Richard S. Dewitt C. Chipman ShaverA6
Hidden World No. 6 - The True Story Of The Shaver and Inner Earth Mysteries by Richard Shaver6
HIDDEN WORLD 7: Inner Earth And Hollow Earth Mysteries by Richard Shaver7

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Series description

Magazine published by Richard S. Shaver, about the Shaver Mysteries.


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