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"A Matter of Conscience!": A man thinks that his house blames him for not acquiring a doctor sooner resulting in his wife's death and attempting to kill him.



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Synopsis for "A Matter of Conscience!"

A man thinks that his house blames him for not acquiring a doctor sooner resulting in his wife's death and attempting to kill him.

Appearing in "Disaster in a Jar"

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Synopsis for "Disaster in a Jar"

A door-to-door salesman (Mr. Amos) pitches his home brewed elixir intended to be a 'Fountain of youth' medicine. Failing to peddle his brainchild, he gives out free samples. The potion is proven to be a cure for facial wrinkles. The salesman becomes quickly wealthy and decides to invest his fortune into a singular venture (unknown to the reader). A year to the day of his success, tragedy strikes the many women that have taken it. In a revelation, the side effects make you go bald. Mr. Amos is revealed to be a warlock, and his mega investments in wigs made his operation come to a lucrative fruition.

Appearing in "A Fistful of Fire!"

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Synopsis for "A Fistful of Fire!"

A witch-burning Salem official raises the ire of the local coven and they try to hex him, but his friend drives the women away when he reveals his superior warlock powers.

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