Here is another of the horror-styled stories featured in Fawcett’s Captain Marvel Adventures, in the waning days of the title. It was the era of horror comics, including Fawcett’s own contributions to the genre, and, while comics featuring the Marvel Family of characters remained fairly light in tone, those elements from the horror comics darkened the mood. In this case, a civilian, Roger Joad, is headhunting in the midst of the battles being fought in Korea. There was another story in the issue that featured supernatural horror (see the link below), but this is a murder story, including — egad! — a bag of decapitated heads thrown at Captain Marvel.
Written by Otto Binder, art attributed to C. C. Beck and Pete Costanza. From Captain Marvel Adventures #141 (1953):
The aforementioned other horror story from CMA #141: