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Appearing in "The Witch and I!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Witch and I!"Edit

A Count has a mother for a witch and he forces her to use her black magic to gain advantage over the peasants. As she lays dying, she gives him a last doll and tells him that it is a figure of his greatest enemy. She dies before she can instruct him what to do with it, so because it has no face, he is not sure who his greatest enemy is and invites several people he has wronged in the past to a banquet. At the banquet he lights the doll on fire, thinking one of the guests will burst into flame, but he does instead. As he burns to a crisp the servant opines "I have often heard his mother say that the Count was his own worst enemy."

Appearing in "The Door that Never Opens"Edit

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The constructor of the French Bastille tricks an abbot into serving as a prison guard, but the abbot gets back at him by locking him into the newly-opened Bastille and then setting the prisoners loose upon him.

Appearing in "The Slaves!"Edit

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This story is narrated by a strangler's hands who regret the actions their owner makes them do.

Appearing in "In the Wake of the Werewolf"Edit

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Synopsis for "In the Wake of the Werewolf"Edit

A man stumbles into a situation where two people accuse a girl of being a vampire and attack her. He holds them off long enough for them to bolt off behind a heavy door. The girl tells the man that they are werewolves, and he sees that this is so by looking through a slot in the door. The girl is indignant that they thought she was a vampire. The man turns in horror to hear her say "I'm just as good a werewolf as they are!"

Appearing in "His Dead Wife!"Edit

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A Nazi spy marries a woman who hates them and he kills her and stashes a wireless set in the coffin which he leaves in the castle to warn the Nazi of raids. When his castle is searched, the woman's ghost appears and informs the soldiers to check the coffin. The spy is hanged.

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