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Appearing in "The Things In the Coffins"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Things In the Coffins"Edit

A drifter takes a job as cemetery caretaker, but when he notices that none of the tombstones have names, he digs one up only to uncover a buried invasion force from Pluto.

Appearing in "Mission To Mars"Edit

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Synopsis for "Mission To Mars"Edit

In 2253 a diplomatic mission is sent to Mars to trade for food as Earth has been ravaged by atomic war. All of the men take their mission very seriously, except the young pilot who is kind of a class clown. He has a doll which resembles the captain and he makes it do a silly dance but the other men find no humor in his antics. When the group arrives on Mars and meets the inhabitants they find themselves repulsed by the physical differences of the creatures and go for their guns. The situation is defused when the pilot, still laughing at his doll's antics, notices a member of the Martian group has a figure of their leader and they share a laugh at the other's expense. With the tension broken, the diplomatic mission becomes a success.

Appearing in "Russia"Edit

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Synopsis for "Russia"Edit

As Anastatia Romanov lies dying, she remembers the events of the Russian revolution and the execution of her family, along with the curse of Rasputin that if harm were to come to him Russia would be ruined.

Appearing in "Come In"Edit

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Synopsis for "Come In"Edit

A young man about to enlist visits a fortune teller as he wishes to know if he will be killed in war. The fortune teller gazes into her crystal ball and tells him no, and he is relived until she hands his money back. He thinks that maybe she lied to him but she swears that he will not be killed in the army. Perplexed, he leaves the tent and is struck and killed by a steamroller.

Appearing in "The Fat Man"Edit


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Synopsis for "The Fat Man"Edit

The ship's cook and two sailors are stuck on a life raft that reaches an island. The native chief lets the two skinny sailors go, but puts the obese cook in a caldron, as he is quite fat from eating food he hoarded from his comrades.

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