Adams pencils per original indexer, Nick Caputo and pencilink blog. Matthew Head previously credited Nick Cardy on pencils and Dick Giordano on inks. Per Sandell felt the cover had a Neal Adams feel in places, but believed it was likely Nick Cardy with Dick Giordano. The cover is neither listed in The Art of Nick Cardy or nealadams.com.
Nick Caputo notes the Cardy influence is likely due to an unpublished version of the cover that Adams based his cover on, as seen here:
Framing sequence, interspersed before, between and after the stories.
Jim Bain via the GCD Errors list, February 2010, credited Bill Draut with inks, but Nick Caputo suspects that Toth drew the witch segments and Draut drew the story sequences separately. Splash page incorporates an Neal Adams image from the previous issue. Costanza letters per Nick Caputo. Previous indexer credited Ben Oda.
Skeates's credit from Steve Skeates. Possible Grandenetti pencils per Nick Caputo. Previous indexer credited Bob Brown. Neal Adams drew the witches in the final two panels. Info per Pencil Ink Blog:
Costanza letters per Nick Caputo. Previous indexer credited Ben Oda.
Original indexer credited pencils to Dan Spiegle. According to the letters page of Weird War Tales #23, this story was originally commissioned by Dick Giordano when he was editing mystery comics for DC, although it was never used. It was then featured in Witching Hour #9 and later reprinted in Weird War Tales #22. Story and art credits are from the reprint in Weird War Tales #22. Costanza letters per Nick Caputo. Previous indexer credited Ben Oda.
Signed on page 2.
Art credits from Jim Bain and Gene Reed. Pencils formerly credited to Win Mortimer; inks formerly tentatively credited to Jack Abel.
Half page closing framing sequence with just word balloons.