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Appearing in "They Fly By Night"Edit

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Synopsis for "They Fly By Night"Edit

A boy's parents are killed by a vampire during a trip to Hungary and he survives because the vampire is too sated to drain his blood. He returns to America, but continues to have dreams of his parents begging him to return to Hungary so that they can always be together forever and ever. Once he becomes a young man, he returns armed with stakes to the hotel room in the village his parents were killed in and waits to slay the vampire when it returns for him. He is surprised to encounter his parents who have been turned. They offer to turn him, too, and reveal to him that they have been the source of those calls in his dreams. He walks towards the two of them and the story leaves it up to the reader to choose whether he stakes them or submits to their dark embrace.

Appearing in "The Dead Don't Sleep"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Dead Don't Sleep"Edit

Have you ever wondered if the dead resent the Mediums who disturb their rest? This story answers that question.

Appearing in "The Man in the Shadows"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Man in the Shadows"Edit

A man in the electric chair relives the events that brought him to that point in the last few seconds of his life with the figure of the executioner acting as a guide.

Appearing in "Don't Nod"Edit

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Synopsis for "Don't Nod"Edit

The police chief of Communist China trains an executioner to be superb at removing heads with a blade. When fortune turns against him he is made a scapegoat and the executioner is assigned with beheading his former friend. The police chief pleads that his head remain on his shoulders and the master executioner agrees, with the proviso that the chief mustn't nod after the apparently sham execution. This puzzles the man, so he attempts to nod and his head falls off.

Appearing in "A Scream in the Night"Edit

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Synopsis for "A Scream in the Night"Edit

All of the people surrounding a writer turn out to be members of a sacrificial cult and since one of them is a psychologist, they have the writer committed to an asylum after he stumbles upon one of their ritual human burnings.


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