"Circus life has always been the source of strange and haunting tales. The weirdest of these stories is still told among circus people..." Sideshow freak Bruno gets a new tattoo, depicting a devil's figure. It is a cursed tattoo that strangles Bruno to death.
"From the mysterious far east comes this eerie tale of greed and death. One day, a native guide led two European men into a deserted Indian temple..." Trying to steal jewels from the temple, the men are crushed by a stone idol guarding the exit.
Exploiting the undead, Professor Skane uses a zombie for a stage show: "The man who can't be killed". Acting on behalf of the zombie's union, a female zombie companion arrives and puts a bloody end to the dishonorable display.
Mountain climber Hugh Kennedy reaches the summit of Mt. Kelna and meets snow goddess Kelna herself and her ice creatures. They plan to encase him in a block of ice, but Kennedy escapes by lighting his trusty blowtorch.
The scene is London in 1787. Drunkard Bertie comes into possession of the devil's harp. He rises to be a star musician, but when playing for king and queen, the demons of the harp appear and claim Bertie's soul.