FANDOM



"It Takes a Witch!...": When a local town is rife with anti-witch hysteria, a local elder woman called Mrs. Haggarty is blamed for various twisted rituals. Things swell to the point in which the mayor, Miles Lanyard III demands that all books on witchcraft and all items pertaining to witchcraft



Appearing in "It Takes a Witch!..."

Featured Characters:

  • Carold James (Single appearance)

Supporting Characters:

  • Phantom Stranger
  • Mary Haggerty (Single appearance)
  • Sheriff Charlie Steber (Single appearance)

Antagonists:

  • Mayor Miles Lanyard (Only appearance; dies)

Locations:

  • Bradsville

Items:


Vehicles:




Synopsis for "It Takes a Witch!..."

When a local town is rife with anti-witch hysteria, a local elder woman called Mrs. Haggarty is blamed for various twisted rituals. Things swell to the point in which the mayor, Miles Lanyard III demands that all books on witchcraft and all items pertaining to witchcraft be burnt.

When people try to hurt Mrs. Haggarty she is protected by the Phantom Stranger, and later when she is knocked out and her house set ablaze, the Stranger rescues her. Later, the local librarian Carol James learns that Lanyard is really the original Lanyard the first, who has managed to survive all these years. Mrs. Haggarty tells all present, that all her witchcraft artifacts were saved by the Stranger except for one: The Devil's Candle, which was in the shape of Lanyard. When the flames reach it and it melts, Lanyards body also melts into a pile of goo.

Appearing in "The Crime of the Black Orchid"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Hank (Single appearance)
  • Pete (Single appearance)

Antagonists:

  • Myrna
  • Pete Martin

Other Characters:

  • Harry (Single appearance)
  • Charlie (Single appearance)
  • Sandy (Single appearance)
  • Joey (Single appearance)

Locations:


Items:


Vehicles:



Synopsis for "The Crime of the Black Orchid"

The female superhero The Black Orchid appears to be using her abilities for criminal activities. When news about this get to the real Black Orchid, she starts investigating and finds out the criminals responsible of impersonating her, turning them to the authorities and clearing her name in the process.

Notes

Trivia

  • No trivia.



See Also

Recommended Reading

Links and References

Black Orchid splash page from Phantom Stranger 32, art by Nestor Redondo

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.