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"Who'd Dare Slaughter My Daughter?": A woman who enjoys murdering her new husbands has a fussy mother who insists that her daughter only marry the best, so the killer pays for a fake pedigree on her latest intended victim.



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Synopsis for "Who'd Dare Slaughter My Daughter?"

A woman who enjoys murdering her new husbands has a fussy mother who insists that her daughter only marry the best, so the killer pays for a fake pedigree on her latest intended victim.

Appearing in "Alice in Maliceland"

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Synopsis for "Alice in Maliceland"

A woman attempts to get rid of her boss by framing her as a witch, but she is exposed as the true witch by another of the office girls.

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Synopsis for "Slayed to Order"

A ruler of a Caribbean island uses the services of a voodoo man to dispatch opponents, but the doll maker balks when ordered to fashion a likeness of the American envoy the ruler wishes destroyed. What he does under the watchful eye of the ruler's guard is to fashion a likeness of the ruler under the likeness of the American envoy so that when the ruler lights the figure on fire the American begins to suffer on his plane trip to the island, but before he dies, his likeness burns away and the ruler's likeness begins to burn causing the fat man to literally melt. He tosses his dying bulk onto the voodoo man to kill him for betraying him.

Notes

  • This issue includes an introduction by E.R. Cruz entitled "I Don't Know Why You Didn't Choose a Masquerade".

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