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"Four Funerals": A paranoid believes that a co-worker has run down his daughter just for spite so he takes a rifle and shoots the man's wife and two children. He is arrested when he wrecks the place he believes to be the company he works for. The doctor assigned to him reveals that he never work



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Synopsis for "Four Funerals"

A paranoid believes that a co-worker has run down his daughter just for spite so he takes a rifle and shoots the man's wife and two children. He is arrested when he wrecks the place he believes to be the company he works for. The doctor assigned to him reveals that he never worked there, nor did he shoot anyone. His co-worker and wife and children, as well as his own wife and daughter, are all merely delusions.

Appearing in "Cold Ashes -- Hot Rage"

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Synopsis for "Cold Ashes -- Hot Rage"

A man murders his rival so that he can marry the dead man's wife, but since the victim was able to foresee his own death he worries about the ritual he made his wife swear to abide by. Every month on the night of the full moon she must listen to the urn his ashes have been deposited in for his killer's name. The killer worries as she goes into a trance that she actually does hear something. The killer asks her to marry him and she accepts. He figures that he can drop the urn to smash it and claim it was accident so as to be rid of it. When the urn shatters the ashes swirl into a shadowy figure and strangle the killer. The woman berates him as a fool. The urn told her that he was the killer a month ago and begged to be released from the urn. She didn't want to do it as she wanted the killer to marry her.

Appearing in "A Choice Seat For... Doomsday!"

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Synopsis for "A Choice Seat For... Doomsday!"

This story postulates that the San Francisco earthquake in 1906 was not a natural occurrence, but was instead caused by the undermining burrows of a race of sublanders who desire revenge on the surface people for driving them underground.

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