A plastic surgeon wants a man's wife so knocks him out and exchanges faces with him. The man knows that his wife would rather shoot him instead, so when she enters the room he pretends to be the surgeon and claims that he couldn't go through with the plan. She pulls out a gun and murders the surgeon and when she hands her husband the gun to dispose of, he shoots her.
A thief meets a girl who works as a maid at a castle and convinces her to help him rob the place so that they can acquire enough money to return to America together. He doesn't love her and is just manipulating her, but she says she loves him and agrees to leave the door open late at night. The thief encounters the lord of the castle and draws his gun on him. The girl offers to hide him in the castle tower and he finds himself locked in. What the man doesn't realize is that all the castle occupants, including the girl, are ghosts.
A ghost in the forest comes across a boy trapped in a pit, but everyone who sees him is too frightened to lend aid. Eventually he comes across a trio of people singing who are not afraid of him in the slightest and they have a rope. They rescue the boy and take him home. The ghost is gratified to have met such sensible people. The trio go on their way and what the ghost doesn't realize is that they are mental patients who used the rope to escape from their insane asylum.
A greedy couple gain custody of a small boy who survives a fire in hope of extracting a reward from relatives when they are located. It turns out the boy is an alien being which can read thoughts and when his parents arrive they kill the greedy couple and rejuvenate the old drunk who lives in a shack to a youthful body as a reward since he had befriended the boy.
A man with a gun that fires silver bullets has difficulty finding a girl with no demon blood in her, even in Budapest, so he ends up marrying an American girl who is neither a witch nor a vampire. She is, however, related to a werewolf he had slain and gives him a lycanthropic son.
A man uses a device to look into the future to check up on his wife. When he sees her with another man, he attempts to shoot her, but stumbles and shoots himself. Then, as he is dying, he remembers that the device is always set ten years ahead.
A wealthy man's brother attempts to induce transformative nightmares through hypnosis so that he can inherit the wealth when the victim is committed to an asylum. The scheme backfires when the dreams become so vivid they actually transform the man into a giant slug which kills the schemer.
Aliens telepathically instruct a boy on how to build a rocket to their planet. When he arrives, they interview him about what life is like on Earth. After hearing about wars, crime and misery, they tell him that humans are not yet ready to explore space and bid him return to Earth where he forgets the entire experience.
When a man enters a bar and, as a gag, offers a skeptic a contract for his soul for one million dollars the skeptic signs it. No one sees the stranger leave, but a coincidence leaves the signer one million dollars from a will. As time goes by, the contract worries away at him distorting his personality from likable to hostile. His employees hate him and his family leave him. One day he receives a visitor and it turns out to be the man with the contract looking for work. The skeptic is so angered that his life has been changed so dramatically by a practical joke that he seizes a heavy candlestick and kills the stranger. Now he feels that he has sold his soul to the Devil in actuality and walks out into the dark for Satan to claim him.
An escaped convict vows to haunt a hermit who has murdered him after ascertaining where his stolen loot was buried. When the police arrive at the hermit's hut they gun him down because, unknown to him, his face is now that of the man he killed.
In 1686 a man asks a woman to marry him and is turned down so he plants evidence to get her condemned as a witch. They pursue her through the forest and the man hurts his leg so they leave him behind to pursue her. She returns to the man to get revenge and says "So you called me a witch? Well, you were close!" as she bares her vampire fangs.
A Martian sleeper agent is eradicated when his usefulness is ended due to incarceration in an asylum. He was committed because he had tried to obtain a passport and could provide no official documentation that he existed.
A man wrapped in bandages is on trial for murder after slaying a vampire. After the jury does not buy his vampire hunting story and convicts him, he removes his bandages revealing himself to be a zombie pursuing revenge after he was killed by the vampire one year ago.
A man invents a youth serum and wishes to give it to the oldest member of an old folks home, but the man doesn't want it. When they administer it to him anyway, he reverts to his true alien form, which is the signal to begin the invasion.
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An inventor who loves his wife asks an electronic brain which he devised two questions, 'When will my wife die?' and 'When will I die?' The brain answers 'Your wife will be murdered ten minutes from now.' He seizes the gun from his desk and races home knowing that there is still time to save her. When he arrives, he realizes his wife is having an affair. Since he loves her, he forgives her, but trains the gun on the man. During the struggle, the gun goes off, and kills the wife. The distraught husband thinks to himself that without her life is not worth living and commits suicide, which back in the office building, the electronic brain also correctly predicts.
Following an atomic war, the human survivors live underground, building machines to do their work for them. Years later, they return to the surface, leaving the machines behind, but the machines begin to think for themselves, and rise up to conquer the surface world.
A woman with a terminal illness falls in love with a man named Walter who is indifferent to her. She offers him everything but he says he would never marry a witch. She denies being a witch and asks for a way to prove it. He tells her to go to Black Mountain where witches and demons hold a Black Sabbath. If they reject you, you're not a witch. She goes, and finds to her surprise, herself dancing with demons. A figure appears and proclaims he is her master and she was not a witch when she came to Black Mountain, but she is one now and will live forever with her malady. The figure is revealed to be Walter.
Two brothers are incensed that their neighbors have put down a well that has dried up the well on their property so they lay pipe to divert the water back down to the well on their property. The channel works and they drink their fill of the water, until a water delivery man mentions that he was bringing up some water to the neighbors because some pesticides accidentally got dumped into their well, poisoning the water.
When a man with a robotics researcher as a girlfriend gets a robot from her, the creature builds itself a girlfriend robot. When the human woman sees the girl robot, she flies into a jealous rage and shoots her beau before he can explain that the girl is just a robot.
When an alien spy assumes the shape and mind of a servant of the top scientist in the country in order to learn of Earth's defenses, he absorbs some of the goodness of the man's soul, and thus does not reveal to his evil alien masters that they will be destroyed when they attack Earth.
A man finds that the oriental figures his wife buys somehow turn into the real thing when they are broken. He wants to be rid of her, so he buys a rattlesnake figurine. When he returns to the house from watching a movie, he breaks the sack containing the figurine against the wall, as she tells him from the kitchen that she exchanged it for a figurine of an atomic bomb.
A witch dies of heart failure before being burned and possesses the nearest living body, that of a witch hunter. The witch thinks this will be the perfect cover for her to practice her witchcraft, but she reckons without the man's son, who senses the evil presence and burns the cabin down.