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Appearing in "The Thing in the Sewer"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Thing in the Sewer"Edit

A vampire fears a murderer's knife until he realizes that it is steel, not silver.

Appearing in "The Man with the Whip"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Man with the Whip"Edit

A three-eyed, fanged freak is kept locked in the dungeon, but the boy has a normal mental development and so he hates his guardian. When the guardian forgets to lock him in, he takes the opportunity to kill the man as he sleeps. He resolves to go forward into the world to discover what it has to offer.

Appearing in "Going My Way?"Edit

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Twilight Zone's "The Hitchhiker"

Appearing in "The Glass Eye"Edit

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When two museum guards plot to steal the gems from an idol's eye sockets, the idol cuts off their heads and plugs them into its eye sockets.

Appearing in "Trapped By the Dead"Edit

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Synopsis for "Trapped By the Dead"Edit

A man kills a wealthy relative whom he closely resembles to take his place. He resolves to tear down the old house and use some of the money to rebuild, but discovers to his regret, the reason his victim was wealthy in the first place was that he had murdered his business partner ten years ago and stashed the body in the wing of the house that the workmen had just exposed.

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