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Appearing in "While Simon Slept"

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  • Simon's wife

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  • Unnamed Police sergeant
  • Unnamed Police officer
  • Police officer duplicate

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Synopsis for "While Simon Slept"

A scientist invents a matter duplicator beam and falls asleep under it only to discover when he wakes that his duplicate has taken his place in the family. He goes to the police for help and when he returns the duplicate tries to get the police officer to believe that the man is his twin brother playing a practical joke. The scientist slugs the duplicate and lures the police officer down to the basement and creates a duplicate of him as evidence of his story.

Appearing in "By the Dark of the Moon"

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Synopsis for "By the Dark of the Moon"

Green-skinned aliens land near a small Balkan town decades ago and lose their pigmentation except under a full moon when their hatred for humanity returns and they strike out. An inventor claims to have created a machine which will show scenes from the past, but he fakes a movie to frame a rival for the woman he loved. His plan is foiled when the moon rises revealing him to be the last green-skinned alien.

Appearing in "Menace Below!"

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Synopsis for "Menace Below!"

A communist spy makes the mistake of attempting to learn the secrets of an American anti-frogman explosive device while approaching the device under water as a frogman.

Appearing in "The Men In Glass!"

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Synopsis for "The Men In Glass!"

Aliens wearing glass protective helmets appear in a ballroom where a waiter who has only been in America for three months works. They threaten everyone with death unless they give them the information they want for their planned invasion. The waiter offers to help them, enraging the crowd. He tells the leader of the aliens that he likes to sing and the leader indulges him. The waiter sings the Star-Spangled Banner with such voice control that it cracks the alien's helmets rendering them helpless.

Appearing in "The Mind-Reader"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Spellbound #24.



Synopsis for "The Mind-Reader"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Spellbound #24.



Appearing in "The Lead-Lined Box!"

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Synopsis for "The Lead-Lined Box!"

A scientist invents a memory visualizer in order to test his theory that human infants are born with the collective memories of all humanity. He has his assistant fetch him a newborn baby in a lead-lined box to be the subject of the experiment. The machine reveals the box's occupant has memories of slavery, sleeping on floors and being thrown bones to eat all the while taking pleasure in it. The scientist is disheartened and destroys his equipment. He gives the box back to the assistant and when the assistant opens it, he removes the puppy he had substituted out of concern the experiment would be too dangerous for a baby.

Appearing in "The Brain Trap!"

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Synopsis for "The Brain Trap!"

A man invents a chemical formula that both restores baldness and grants telepathy. At first, he thinks to start a company with a partner, but when he reads his partner's mind that he intends to kill him, he decides instead to burn his formula and remain content in his job.

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