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I wonder if it should be noted that Masterton was the focus of the first issue of a shortlived series of horror magazines in the UK. They were shortlived (i believe only 3 issues were ever published) due to the first issue containing 'Eric the Pie' as both the featured story and the cover art.
I have the 3 magazines somewhere in my collection and recall that 'Eric' was indeed the most stomach churning short story i ever read.
I'l gather the details and add them here for approval.--MRNasher (talk) 16:44, 14 January 2010 (UTC)