It's been medically proven that anyone who doesn't like lurid American anthology horror comics is a twat. Fortunately, I was raised on stacks of them by my grandparents, who had access to an improbable supply via their green-grocers shop.
These wonderful publications gave me the impression that the USA was a nightmare world of twisted wrongdoings, ghastly shambling living corpses in the streets, and hatchet-wielding escaped mental patients bursting through every other window in the land. Happily, during a trans-Atlantic stay at a friend's cousin's home in Philadelphia when I was 16, I discovered that my early assumptions were entirely substantiated.
I still rabidly collect these treasures, and often arrange them into elaborate protective circles on the floor whenever the forces of good conspire against me. Here's another selection from one of our favourite publishers, the vile Charlton Comics.
HAUNTED: Issue# 19 - December 1974
HAUNTED: Issue# 20 - February 1975
HAUNTED: Issue# 17 - July 1974