Vol 1 No. 3
The Seeds of Death - David H. Keller
Even a master of the shell game can confront considerable danger when life
and death are contained within innocuous little red seeds.
The Seeking Thing - Janet Hirsch
Things that go bump in the middle of the road cannot always easily be
forgotten especially when they have a homing instinct and a concern for
A Vision of Judgement - H.G. Wells
Given a vision, a second chance is inevitable.
The Place of the Pythons - Arthur J. Burks
Deep in the jungle of jabbering Tagalogs, there is a place where serpents
gather. [Married to a Zamboanganian, the reader knows how much jabbering
can manifest in such gatherings.]
Jean Bouchon - S. Baring-Gould
Sometimes we honor those who fall from grace by very different means.
The Door - Rachel Cosgrove Payes
Don't volunteer to tamper with doorways that lead to nowhere.
One Summer Night - Ambrose Bierce
When the dead do not wish to remain so, there is a simple remedy - insist.
Luella Miller - Mary Wilkins-Freeman
Delicate ladies who are served by their admirers until they exhaust
themselves all the way into their graves can always be counted upon to
survive for abnormally long durations.
They That Wait - H.S.W. Chibbett
It seems they inhabit that nearby dimension which can barely be perceived
through the surface of the walls. They have the power to interact in a
manner that can be most disturbing.
The Repairer of Reputations - Robert W. Chambers
When one aspires to Royalty, it helps to seek assistance from eccentric
little men with waxen ears; just make certain they command obedience from
their purring subordinates.