"Kiss of Death"
A mystery writer's career has hit the skids, and his gold-digging wife wants his Life Insurance money. She schemes to scare him to death by dressing as a vampire, but when she pulls her scheme, the real deal is awaiting her.
Story illustrated by Tony DiPreta; 6 pages (B-810).
Reprinted in Journey Into Mystery (1972) #12.
"Mind Over Matter"
4 pages (B-870).
Reprinted in Giant-Size Werewolf By Night #2.
"Daughter of Death"
2 pages, text only (B-670).
3 pages (B-714).
Reprinted in Supernatural Thrillers #10.
Story illustrated by Jack Keller; 5 pages (B-830).
Reprinted in Uncanny Tales (1973) #6.
"The Old Man's Secret!"
The clock-maker is renowned for his tiny carved figurines on his pieces, and is paid handsomely for them. His idiot apprentice wants to learn his carving secrets, but the clock-maker refuses. Then the apprentice tries to steal the secret, he learns firsthand the source of the figurines.
Story illustrated by Jay Scott Pike; 5 pages (B-931).
Reprinted in Chamber of Chills #12.