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"The Collector": A pulp collector murders two people when they refuse to sell him their copy of the first issue of a rare magazine. He finds himself fleeing the crime and ending up in the cemetery where the creator of the pulp character lies buried. The creator's ghost punishes the collector by
Appearing in "The Collector"
- Cain (New Earth) (Host)
- Ethan Domblue (As a spirit)
- Leonard Ruby (Dies)
- Two of Ethan Domblue's grandchildren (Dies)
Synopsis for "The Collector"
A pulp collector murders two people when they refuse to sell him their copy of the first issue of a rare magazine. He finds himself fleeing the crime and ending up in the cemetery where the creator of the pulp character lies buried. The creator's ghost punishes the collector by turning him into the monster depicted on the magazine's cover.
Appearing in "Black Mass"
- John Albright
- Carilla Albright (John's daughter)
- Karl (The church caretaker)
- Reverend Edward Bast (Dies)
- Gaddis, New Hampshire
Synopsis for "Black Mass"
Continuing his witch hunt, a Reverend from Salem comes to Gaddis, New Hampshire and takes over the local church. When he goes after the Sexton's daughter, he is struck down by the caretaker and falls into a mold where molten metal is being poured. The next day the church bell rings loudly, and upon closer inspection one can see the Reverend's corpse seared to the bell.
Appearing in "A Model Murder"
- Arthur Crandell (Dies)
- Jack Buttram
Synopsis for "A Model Murder"
A sculpture who creates monster models is visited by a real monster, Frankenstein. He has come to visit the maker because the monsters think the models are terrible looking and want him to stop exploiting them. The maker doesn't listen, and is promptly strangled by Frankenstein. The next morning, a frighteningly lifelike miniature clay figure of someone being strangled by Frankenstein is found in the artist's studio.
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