Appearing in "The Ghost of the Manor"
- Clark Brosset (dies)
- Jasper Delthern (dies)
- Stanley, the chauffeur
- Richards, the butler (for the real Lamont Cranston)
- Police Chief Sidney Gorson
- Detective Harold Terwiliger (dies)
- Warren Barringer
- Horatio Farman
- Marcia Wardrop
- Winstead Delthern (dies)
- Humphrey Delthern (dies)
- Wellington (dies)
- New York
- New Jersey
- Lamont Cranston's Mansion
- Delthern Manor
- Girasol Ring
Synopsis for "The Ghost of the Manor"
Reprinted from Shadow Magazine #32.
Appearing in "Fox Hound"
- Foxhound (Thomas Springer; captured)
- Jimmy Dawson (dies)
- Alonzo Kelsea (a lawyer; dies)
- David Stoner (a private detective; dies)
- Helene Carfax (Stoner's assistant; dies)
- Commissioner Ralph Weston
- Acting Inspector Joe Cardona
- Doctor Bruce Hanson
- Madge Payne (Leland Payne's niece)
- Pierre Renoir (a steward)
- Colette Duval (a stewardess)
- Pat Malone (a pier detective; dies)
- Herbert Backus (an escaped convict; dies)
- Herbert Baker (dies)
- Leland Payne (dies)
- Winslow (Payne's butler; dies)
- New York City
- Cobalt Club
- The Shadow's private hospital
- The Shadow's Sanctum
- Girasol Ring
Synopsis for "Fox Hound"
Reprinted from Shadow Magazine #118.
- "The Ghost of the Manor" was the basis of the 1937 film, The Shadow Strikes.
- "The Ghost of the Manor" was also reprinted as a simplified comic book plot in Shadow Comics #29.
- "Fox Hound" was the basis of the 1938 film, International Crime.
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