George R. Fox

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A fan who lived in Rahway, NJ. He was one of the founders of the Null-A Men (which quickly was renamed ESFA), the Spectators, and of SAPS. He published Terrifying Test-Tube Tales.

He went on to write best-selling thrillers [Amok] and screenplays [Earthquake]—and one of his novels and two short stories were edited by Joe Kennedy (another of the founders of SAPS) and published in 2002).


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