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Mystic Signals - Issue 18 By Carol Hightshoe
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Combines the Apr 2013 issue of The Lorelei Signal and the May 2013 issue of Sorcerous Signals exclusive stories by: Lynn Rushlau and MKA Marble
Mystic Signals - Issue 19 By Carol Hightshoe
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Combines the July 2013 issue of The Lorelei Signal and the August 2013 issue of Sorcerous Signals. Exclusive stories by: Sharona Black and Lori J. Fitzgerald
Mystic Signals - Issue 21 By Carol Hightshoe
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Combines the Apr 2014 issue of The Lorelei Signal and theMay 2014 issue of Sorcerous Signals. Exclusive stories by: Charles Kyffhausen and DeAnna Knippling
Mystic Signals - Issue 22 By Carol Hightshoe
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Combines the Jun 2014 issue of The Lorelei Signal and the July 2014 issue of Sorcerous Signals exclusive stories by: Benjamin Sperduto and N.E. White
Mystic Signals - Issue 20 By Carol Hightshoe
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Combines the January 2014 issue of The Lorelei Signal and the February 2014 issue of Sorcerous Signals. Exclusive stories by: John Biigs, Alexander Harris, Charles Kyffhausen and DC Harrell
Wired Love: A Romance of Dots and Dashes By Ella Cheever Thayer
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Just a noise, that is all. But a very significant noise to Miss Nathalie Rogers, or Nattie, as she was usually abbreviated; a noise that caused her to lay aside her book, and jump up hastily,... More > exclaiming, with a gesture of impatience:— "Somebody always 'calls' me in the middle of every entertaining chapter!" For that noise, that little clatter, like, and yet too irregular to be the ticking of a clock, expressed to Nattie these four mystic letters:— "B m—X n;" which same four mystic letters, interpreted, meant that the name, or, to use the technical word, "call," of the telegraph office over which she was present sole presiding genius, was "B m," and that "B m" was wanted by another office on the wire, designated as "X n." A little, out-of-the-way, country office, some fifty miles down the line, was "X n," and, as Nattie signaled in reply to the "call" her readiness to receive any communications therefrom, ...< Less