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Appearing in "They Walk Through Walls"

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Synopsis for "They Walk Through Walls"

A man with aspirations of overthrowing the U.S. government is apprehended by men who walk through walls. They explain to him that they are a secret society dedicated to guarding the people from men like him. He escapes the house where they wish to confine him and, after several days of exposure, flags down a passing motorist. While recovering in the hospital, he tells a fake story to a psychiatrist about the guardians plotting a government takeover, figuring that the police will remove them from being an obstacle in his path. What he is unaware of, is that the psychiatrist is one of the guardians and has him committed as insane.

Appearing in "Afraid to Dream"

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Synopsis for "Afraid to Dream"

A man thinks that he is dreaming of an alien landscape but he is actually mentally connected with an alien explorer in another galaxy. When the alien is rescued by his fellows the man's upsetting dreams vanish and he is relieved.

Appearing in "Something Waits for Me"

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Synopsis for "Something Waits for Me"

Bob and Ted are government researchers who discover a fissure outside their laboratory. Bob lowers Ted down with a rope but Ted acts strangely when he climbs back up. Ted steals plans on what they are working on and makes his way back to the fissure. Bob seals the fissure with dynamite and Ted comes out of his trance.

Appearing in "No Answer"

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Synopsis for "No Answer"

A man thinks he is a failure because the machine he created to contact other worlds gets no response and his boss fires him. Unknown to him, his signal was detected by a far off planet, and because of him, they redirect their atomic weapons at another target for testing.

Appearing in "The Face in the Glass"

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Synopsis for "The Face in the Glass"

Humans make first contact with silent Martians but a breakthrough comes when Bill, disliked by the other spacemen for his buffoonery, gets the Martians to laugh.

Appearing in "Voodoo"

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Synopsis for "Voodoo"

A company employee dreams that he uses voodoo to eliminate his competition for promotion.

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