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"The Demon's Here to Stay": Story narrated by Lucien the librarian. Strange telekinetic happenings occur in the presence of the simple-minded son of a pair of Quakers and his dog. After he is burned at the stake, it is revealed that it is actually the dog that is the



Appearing in "The Demon's Here to Stay"

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Synopsis for "The Demon's Here to Stay"

Story narrated by Lucien the librarian.
Strange telekinetic happenings occur in the presence of the simple-minded son of a pair of Quakers and his dog. After he is burned at the stake, it is revealed that it is actually the dog that is the demon-possessed creature.

Appearing in "A Very Private Hell"

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Synopsis for "A Very Private Hell"

A middle-aged man is cheating on his wife with a young girl. When the girl attempts to break it off, he becomes enraged and pushes her into the path of a train. He is troubled by nightmares and so moves with his wife and children out to a country house next to a cemetery. During the night the tormenting dreams come again and he rushes into the cemetery where he falls into the freshly dug grave for the girl he murdered and dies.

Appearing in "In the Eye of the Beholder"

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Synopsis for "In the Eye of the Beholder"

Metallic aliens view vehicles as the dominant form of life on Earth and their human operators as mere parasites and so increase carbon monoxide emissions into the atmosphere destroying biological life in an effort to aid the vehicles.

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  • Final issue of the series.

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