Having struck it rich, black market racketeer Conway and his wife move to the country. When they learn that their neighbor, Mr. Atkins, is an eccentric millionaire, they search his home for the money. Atkins however deals with them by killing them and burying their bodies to fertilize his precious flowerbeds.
Country reporter Caldwell and city doctor Granger quarrel over Caldwell's wife Della. When the newspaperman hits her and she dies of a heart attack, the doctor gets back at his rival by giving him not a blood, but an ink transfusion.
Last half of last page is "Statement of the Ownership": Editor is William K. Friedman
Paul Barnes falls in love with the woman Lilia next door, but her creepy uncle Phil forbids every contact. Barnes inquires and finds out that Phil murders people and steals their blood. In an attempt to free Lilia from Phil, Barnes kills the uncle, but loses sight of the fact that Lilia is part of the vampire business.