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"Freddy Is Another Name for Fear!": Two rival psychologists plot to manipulate a strong halfwit into murdering the other, but the halfwit ends up killing both of them.



Appearing in "Freddy Is Another Name for Fear!"

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Synopsis for "Freddy Is Another Name for Fear!"

Two rival psychologists plot to manipulate a strong halfwit into murdering the other, but the halfwit ends up killing both of them.

Appearing in "Bayou Witch"

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  • Heck Belleau

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  • Yeller Maggie (witch)

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  • Louis Plante's baby
  • Louie Plante's wife

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  • bayou

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Synopsis for "Bayou Witch"

A local stirs up the populace against a swamp witch which has been providing luck spells. She withholds the spells and their luck goes bad. They form a lynch mob to string up the rabble rouser, but the swamp witch intercedes and saves his life, telling them that they'll have their good luck spells back.

Appearing in "I Married a Ghost"

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Synopsis for "I Married a Ghost"

A man and his intended bride are in an auto accident which results in the woman's death. The groom still can see her ghost so he tells his best man that they are going to be married tonight. His friend humors him until he can make an appointment with a doctor. The ghost tries to kill her husband so that they can be together in death and so the man releases her from her vow after his friend rescues him. The friend gets a therapist to take him to an asylum, but the friend is disturbed because he thinks that he is beginning to perceive the dead woman's presence as well.

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  • The Bayou Witch story is told in rhyme.

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