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Appearing in "I Die Too Often"Edit

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Synopsis for "I Die Too Often"Edit

A convicted killer has a repeating dream of dying in the electric chair. Finally, the event is real and he is relieved the dreams have stopped in the peace of death... until he hears the warden summon his ghost from it's grave and back through the green door. He realizes that he is damned to an eternity of executions.

Appearing in "The Vandals!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Vandals!"Edit

When four vandals enter a museum at night to cut off the gold heads from a hydra idol, they end with their heads placed upon the evil idol.

Appearing in "Casper's Boss!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Casper's Boss!"Edit

When his smoker boss doesn't lend him the money he needs for his wife's operation and she dies, a man ties the smoker up in a shed filled with explosives.

Appearing in "They Don't Complain"Edit

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  • Higgenbotham

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Synopsis for "They Don't Complain"Edit

This story postulates that dead people remain aware and sensate during their autopsies.

Appearing in "Red As a Lobster"Edit

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Synopsis for "Red As a Lobster"Edit

Lobsters get their revenge on a diver who likes to boil them alive in order to observe their suffering by herding him into a hot-spring.


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