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Appearing in "The Weeds"

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Synopsis for "The Weeds"

Sailors enter the Sargasso sea and find that the seaweed there prolongs life and slows awareness of time when eaten because, when a hurricane develops and they are able to take advantage of the winds to leave the small island that they were marooned on, they come back to a futuristic port many years after they started.

Appearing in "In the Shadows"

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Synopsis for "In the Shadows"

When a man gets in a plane crash, a creature from another dimension offers to heal his wounds if he will love it. He agrees, but he notices odd things about the woman over time and she admits to him that she is not human. She begs him to forget what she has told him, but he backs away from her, so she transports him back to the scene of the crash. The creature heals him once again, but this time, disappears forever leaving the man with a strange sense of loss.

Appearing in "Flee for Your Life!"

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Synopsis for "Flee for Your Life!"

When a Martian father tells his son that things are bad on Mars, he tries to get an Earth couple to adopt him, but they realize he is a Martian and plan to turn him over to authorities. The boy flees, and spends years as a thief just to get by. After finding his sister, who has married a human and produced children without green hair like he has, he decides to use the flying saucer his father left behind to return to Mars in hopes that things are better there now.

Appearing in "The Secret of the Black Forest"

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A visitor from Jupiter finds the humans ungrateful to him when he attempts to build them modern domiciles.

Appearing in "The Crisis!"

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"Fantastic Voyage"

Appearing in "The Long Sleep!"

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Synopsis for "The Long Sleep!"

A scientist looks down on the laborer that he has construct his suspended animation cabinet, but after awaking one thousand years in the future, he finds that he has only enough mental capacity for manual labor and comes to be content with his place in society.

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