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Appearing in "She Married a Werewolf"

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Synopsis for "She Married a Werewolf"

Ella begins a relationship with Mark who eventually admits to being a werewolf. She takes him home to meet the family and the father suggests a physician who has been known to cure the condition. Mark is cured and the two are married but Ella and her parents reveal themselves as hungry vampires.

Appearing in "Nobody's Fool"

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Bradbury interviews a writer who wants to sell him a horror story about werewolves walking around disguised as regular humans. Bradbury tells the writer it's a terrible idea and the writer transforms into a werewolf and eats him figuring he can't get any work out of him he may as well get a meal.

Appearing in "The Girl in the Grave"

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Synopsis for "The Girl in the Grave"

Blackie plans to rob Emma's grave but after going through concrete and a steel coffin he sees a newspaper headline revealing the precautions were due to Emma's death from contagious disease.

Appearing in "Worse Than Black Magic"

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A master of black magic demands from the powers of darkness that he can move 1000 times faster than any other human so that he can commit crime. He gets his request, but quickly dies, since he ages that much faster as well.

Appearing in "The Mission"

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Appearing in "The Old Lady's Treasure"

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Synopsis for "The Old Lady's Treasure"

Criminals on the lam accept an old woman's offer to spend the night in her home when she mentions a treasure in the cellar but when they attempt to steal it they discover the mad old woman has converted the cellar into a snake pit.

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