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Tiger Cat

by David H. Keller

A grim tale of torture, and the blind men who were chained to pillars in an underground cave.

The Secret of Kralitz

by Henry Kuttner

A story of the shocking revelation that came to the twenty-first Baron Kralitz.

The Ring of Bastet

by Seabury Quinn

Jules de Grandin's talk of cats and mice seemed utterly irrelevant.

The Mississippi Saucer

by Frank Belknap Long

Something of the wonder that must have come to men seeking magic in the sky in days long vanished.

The Medici Boots

by Pearl Norton Swet

The amethyst-covered boots had been worn by an evil wanton in medieval Florence--but what malefic power did they carry over into our own time?

The Long Arm

by Franz Habl

Creeping, writhing, insidiously crawling and groping, the long arm reached out in its ghastly errand of death.

The House in the Valley

by August Derleth

Once more the epic struggle between the Elder Gods and the Ancient Ones was having repercussions on one of earth's seemingly most peaceful valleys.

The Door Into Infinity

by Edmond Hamilton

An amazing weird mystery story, packed with thrills, danger and startling events.

Old Mr. Wiley

by Greye La Spina

Old Mr. Wiley and the dog came over every night ... but were they real?

Never Stop to Pat a Kitten

by Miriam Allen Deford

Everything seemed normal--except that one man, and the kitten, had vanished.

More than Shadow

by Dorothy Quick

It looked exactly like a little dog waiting to be lifted into its mistress' arms. It had dimension and a definite personality. It seemed more than a shadow or a wet spot.

Mop-Head

by Leah Bodine Drake

In abandoned cisterns and old wells, in moldy heaps of straw forgotten in the corners of deserted barns, in reedy pools deep in the woods, in fungied hollows of dead trees, in all such secret places apart from man, strange life engenders, drifts in and takes root and form. In a place called Yancey's Meadow such a thing grew and waxed and made itself a shape, listened and dozed and waited.

Mask of Death

by Paul Ernst

A weird and uncanny tale about a strange criminal who called himself Doctor Satan, and the terrible doom with which he struck down his enemies.

Isle of the Undead

by Lloyd Arthur Eshbach

A gripping, thrilling, uncanny tale about the frightful fate that befell a yachting party on the dreadful island of living dead men.

Doom of the House of Duryea

by Earl Peirce

A powerful story of stark horror, and the dreadful thing that happened in a lone house in the Maine woods.

Dearest

by H. Beam Piper

"Oh, no; I'm really here," the voice, inaudible but mentally present, assured him. "You can't see me, or touch me, or even really hear me, but I'm not something you just imagined. I'm just as real as ... as Smokeball, there. Only I'm a different kind of reality. Watch."

The Lamps of the Angels

by Richard Sabia

The golden guardians denied mankind the stars. They were irresistible in their might ... and they were something more!

The Music Master of Babylon

by Edgar Pangborn

What more fitting place for the last man on Earth to live in than a museum? Now if only he could avoid becoming an exhibit himself!

The Rag and Bone Men

by Algis Budrys

Unfortunate castaway! Marooned far from home--with nothing to share his loneliness but humans!

The Imitation of Earth

by James Stamers

Once they had been human--now they shared a remarkable destiny on an incredible new planet....

The Big Engine

by Fritz Leiber

Have you found out about the Big Engine? It's all around us, you know--can't you hear it even now?

Subject to Change

by Ron Goulart

"I could change, you see, and take things as all sorts of odd characters. If I was spotted and followed, I'd try to duck in an alley or a doorway and change again. The clothes are extra. Sometimes I could hide clothes in a lot. Most of the time, though, I'd have to change into something new. A bird, a cat. Then I'd carry what I had stolen in my beak or around my neck. Once I copped an umbrella and changed into a big dog and went off with it in my mouth."

Solid Solution

by James Stamers

Brilliant? A genius? David Adam Smith had the brains of fifty men--very literally!

Shatter the Wall

by Sydney Van Scyoc

They were a charming family and everybody loved them to death--especially Amanda

Sales Talk

by Con Blomberg

To live different and exciting lives, all I had to do was sign here--and give up my own life!

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