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"A Grave Undertaking!": A woman plots to commit fraud with her husband for a hundred thousand dollar life insurance policy, but she plans to betray him and run off with the mortician who is in on the scheme. She lets slip during a conversation about the policy, so the husband gets wise to their



Appearing in "A Grave Undertaking!"

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Synopsis for "A Grave Undertaking!"

A woman plots to commit fraud with her husband for a hundred thousand dollar life insurance policy, but she plans to betray him and run off with the mortician who is in on the scheme. She lets slip during a conversation about the policy, so the husband gets wise to their plot and kills the mortician before he has a chance to kill him. Then he confronts the wife who struggles with him for the gun. Ultimately, all three end up dead.

Appearing in "Death's Dread Dirge!"

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Synopsis for "Death's Dread Dirge!"

A WWII soldier buys a scarab good luck charm from an Arab and heads out into the desert with his men to determine the size of the German rear guard. All his men are killed by the enemy, but he succeeds in acquiring the information. When he examines the radio he had been carrying on his back, it has been completely shot up and he becomes a believer in the power of the good luck charm. He gets back to his commanding officer and tells him that his men have all been killed. The officer asks him to see that their families get their possessions, and he is shocked to see that all of his men brought charms from the Arab. Disgusted with his superstition, he throws away his charm into the sand, just as a German plane swoops from the sky and riddles him with bullets.

Appearing in "Happy Deathday, Sweet 16!"

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Synopsis for "Happy Deathday, Sweet 16!"

A family of witches plans to use their son's girlfriend as a sacrifice to initiate the boy as a witch, but the girl is rescued from the altar by her horror movie buff brother that has crashed the sweet sixteen birthday party the family had given as a pretext for sacrificing her at midnight. The brother draws a hex symbol on the window that all witches are supposed to fear while they are waiting for the sight of moonlight to plunge down the knife, and leads his sister to safety while the witches cower in terror.

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