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"The Rain Dance": Settlers kidnap an Indian medicine man and force him to do a rain dance at gunpoint. The sky rains blood which clots into the form of a vampire bat. The bat kills most of the settlers until they try to set fire to it by burning the crops. The fire rages out of control and burns



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Synopsis for "The Rain Dance"

Settlers kidnap an Indian medicine man and force him to do a rain dance at gunpoint. The sky rains blood which clots into the form of a vampire bat. The bat kills most of the settlers until they try to set fire to it by burning the crops. The fire rages out of control and burns down the town.

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Synopsis for "The Evil One"

A boy's uncle kills his father and hides the body. The boy suspects him but the police tell him that they can't arrest the uncle without a body. The years go by and the boy becomes angry and bitter living with his abusive uncle until he spots an old woman that the kids used to believe was a witch. He asks her if she can summon Satan but she gives him a book of spells and tells him to try it himself if he wants to because she doesn't believe in magic. He does attempt to summon Satan and it works. He offers Satan his soul in exchange for getting revenge on his uncle. Satan laughs and says just kill him. The boy protests that he'll hang because everyone knows that he hates his uncle. Satan promises him that if buries the body, the police will never find it. So the boy does as Satan says and the police come poking around and tell him that they have some bad news for him. The boy assumes that Satan has tricked him and that the body they've found is his uncle's so he confesses to the killing. The police tell him that the body they've found is that of his father.

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