Appearing in "Bells of Doom"
- Louis Vandrow (dies)
- Hatch Rosling (henchman; dies)
- Doctor Humbrell (dies)
- Mike Tocson (dies)
- Commissioner Weston (mentioned only)
- Ex-Commissioner Barth (mentioned only)
- Acting Inspector Joe Cardona
- Detective Sergeant Markham
- Stanley, the chauffeur (mentioned only)
- Sheriff Wheaton Locke
- Milton Claverly
- Phyllis Lingle
- Augustus Messler
- Coroner Thomas
- Amber Zangwald
- Galt Jornal (county prosecutor)
- Lester (Claverly's servant)
- Willis Beauchamp (dies)
- David Claverly (dies)
- Maurice Dunwell (dies)
- Stuart Hosker (dies)
- New York City
- Laurentic (steamship)
Synopsis for "Bells of Doom"
Reprinted from Shadow Magazine #74.
Appearing in "The Murdering Ghost"
- The Shadow's Agents:
- Sheff Hassell (dies)
- Milton Suffolk (dies)
- Leander Hobgood (an inventor)
- Caglio (spirit medium/faker)
- Commissioner Weston
- Inspector Joe Cardona
- Professor Hayne
- Swami Benares
- Madame Yonina
- Roy Aulander
- Rudy Burgaw (a reporter)
- Don Tarkingham (a psychic investigator; dies)
- Kalvah (spirit medium/faker; dies)
- New York City
- "Devil's Whisper" (explosive paste)
- The Shadow's rubber suction cups
Synopsis for "The Murdering Ghost"
Reprinted from Shadow Magazine #258.
- "The Bells of Doom" was also reprinted as a simplified comic book plot in Shadow Comics #50.
- This issue also reprints a Shadow radio script by Carl L. Bixby, "The Voice of Death."
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