So, sampling the original color choices, I re-colored the page, making a few corrections, and eliminating all that off register mess. Given a higher resolution scan and some more time, this could be sharper and slicker -- but for viewing on the web, I think this is still a vast improvement. And it was a fun experiment for me. If time allows, I may clean up the rest of the story, if only so I can see Heath's lovely line work without the terribly off register reds that plague the pages (worse on the rest of the story than this splash).
The story itself may not be Stan Lee's finest hour. (Spoiler alert!) I don't know how many '50s and '60s suspense/horror comic book stories ended with a dancer cursed to dance until she/he dies -- but I do know it's a "shock" ending that loses it's ability to shock the fifth or sixth time one stumbles upon it! And how odd is it that the protagonist of this tale is named "Stella Stevens?" The actress Stella Stevens (Appassionata Von Climax in the film version of Li'l Abner and Stella Purdy opposite Jerry Lewis' The Nutty Professor) didn't begin her film career until 1959, seven years after this comic was published. Did Estelle Eggleston (Miss Stevens' birth name) take her stage name from this comic? Seems far fetched -- but who knows?