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Appearing in "Thunderbird"

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Appearing in "Always a Monster"

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The student rises from the river as a zombie and returns to his mentor in order to extract revenge, but unknown to him, using a mind transfer device the scientist has procured the body of a handsome young man and is attempting to transfer his mind out of the Frankenstein creation into the new body. A mouse crawls into the device and the transfer places the mouse mind into Frankenstein's monster and the older scientist finds his mind placed into the body of the mouse. The monster crushes the mouse and lumbers away. The zombie reaches the lab and discovers the handsome body lying there so he switches minds between the decaying corpse and the handsome body. Taking a sedative gun, he tracks down the monster so that he can subdue it and return it to the lab. Once there he plans to return the creature's original mind to it and leave his mentor in bodiless torment, but the creature goes on a rampage and kills him.

Appearing in "The Strange Children"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Adventures into Terror #19.



Synopsis for "The Strange Children"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Adventures into Terror #19.



Appearing in "Darkflame"

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  • Harrison
  • Commander Flemington
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Appearing in "Panic By Moonlight"

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Appearing in "The Maggots"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Adventures into Terror #19.



Synopsis for "The Maggots"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Adventures into Terror #19.



Appearing in "The Waters of Werewolves"

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A scientist confirms his theory that the eggs which produce maggots are found in living tissue.

Appearing in "The Scrimshaw Serpent"

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