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"World for a Witch": A witch runs an orphanage who uses a spell to escape into a wall painting of a beautiful countryside but is observed by the children spying on her. She beats one of the girls to death and attempts to flee justice, unaware that one of the other kids has swapped the painting i



Appearing in "World for a Witch"

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Synopsis for "World for a Witch"

A witch runs an orphanage who uses a spell to escape into a wall painting of a beautiful countryside but is observed by the children spying on her. She beats one of the girls to death and attempts to flee justice, unaware that one of the other kids has swapped the painting in her office with a painting of Hell.

Appearing in "Be It Ever So Humble"

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Synopsis for "Be It Ever So Humble"

A couple builds a house on a plot of land where a plantation used to stand but burned down and the owner's ghost stills haunts the land. After the couple's house is built the ghost is dissatisfied and starts adding on rooms. This annoys the husband because the couple think the additions are tacky, which annoys the ghost, but he doesn't want to leave because all their money is tied up in the house. Eventually the wife becomes fed up since she feels like she's living in a museum and gives the husband an ultimatum whereby the ghost reveals himself to the couple since he's really tired of them insulting his handywork. The couple flee in terror and the ghost disposes of them. When another couple comes to look at the plot of land the ghost thinks to himself sitting in his rocking chair, here we go again.

Appearing in "The Monster"

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Synopsis for "The Monster"

A boy born as a freak invents a consistent psychosis where he sees himself as normal and all the normal people as freaks. He attempts to elude sedition by the medical staff and escape the hospital but eventually he falls asleep and is captured. The doctor administers the medication and succeeds in breaking through the child's psychosis, making the child accept reality in realizing that he is the freak, but he wonders if he's done him a favor.

Appearing in "The Great Dimensional Brain Swap"

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Synopsis for "The Great Dimensional Brain Swap"

reprinted from House of Secrets Vol 1 48

Appearing in "The Indestructible Man"

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Synopsis for "The Indestructible Man"

reprinted from Tales of the Unexpected Vol 1 12

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  • This book was first published on December 9, 1971.
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