The Crypt-Keeper (host); Buck Gordon (pilot in WW2, death); Roy Dixon (villain, bombardier in WW2, death)
An air freight business partner who used to man a bombsite during the war kills his partner by dropping him out of the plane directly where four states meet, knowing he will go free as they squabble over the jurisdiction of the crime. The corpse comes back and gives him a taste of four different execution methods with the last one being final.
An old millionaire falls in love with a young woman but he doesn't want her to marry him for his money so he tells her he's poor. She puts him off telling him his face is too old-looking and he still has an old-man's body so he gets a doctor to do an expensive face and torso transplant, but she still isn't satisfied because of his legs. He spends the last of his fortune to swap out his legs and she marries the man he has swapped body parts with because she only wanted to marry a millionaire.
The blind victims of an unscrupulous and cruel director lock him and his dog up for several days without food and then release them into a maze with razor blades embedded into the walls. And then turn out the lights.
The Old Witch (host); Waldo (a vampire) (villain); Anna
A man marries a woman the townsfolk warn him away from because, after her previous five husbands sicken and die, they think she is a vampire. It turns out her child has a rare blood disorder and she has been performing transfusions upon the men as they slept at night. The man knows she isn't a vampire because he is in fact one, and he drains both her and the child's blood.