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Appearing in "The Vampire-Man"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Vampire-Man"Edit

This story postulates the Jack the Ripper killings were done by a hateful hunchback who wanted to become a vampire so he could kill mortals, but was repulsed by the sight of blood, so vampires killed him when he could not fulfill their condition that he partake of human blood before new year's eve.

Appearing in "From Out of the Grave!"Edit

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Synopsis for "From Out of the Grave!"Edit

In old England, a grave robber named Grimm makes his living digging up corpses and selling them to scientists to vivisect illegally. When the scientists are finished, they have Grimm dispose of the bodies. Instead of putting them back in their graves, Grimm simply tosses them in the river. On the night Grimm planned to retire, the scientists find a body on their vivisection table, and cut it open only to find that they have cut open a living man, and killed him. As it turns out, the offended dead had risen from their watery graves to get revenge against Grimm, and set him up to be killed by his employers.

Appearing in "The Man Who Walked the Plank"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Walked the Plank"Edit

After a pirate captain's ship is sunk, he finds himself surrounded by sharks, floating on the plank he has forced many to walk off of. His undead victims from Davey Jone's locker jostle the plank, forcing him to walk it, until he tires and falls prey to the sharks.

Appearing in "The Faceless Ones"Edit

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The first space flight from Earth finds the astronauts landing in Hell.

Appearing in "The Horrible House!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Horrible House!"Edit

A wealthy man dreams of an atom bomb wrecking his house and burying him alive, so he goes into the country where he thinks he is safe and has a house built. The construction men warn him that the ground is soft, but he disregards their warning, and the entire house sinks beneath the earth with him inside.


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