The Gray Killer - Everil Worrell
The female patient kept a diary of her tortured days and nights in the
hospital about her suspicions of an unpleasant, almost ghoulish gray
doctor who caused havoc during the night which none else witnessed.
The Scar - J. Ramsey Campbell
It didn't appear that his time had run out for the doppelganger that had
been sighted on the bus that morning was not an exact duplicate, for the
stranger had a scar from temple to jaw.
Where There's Smoke - Donna Gould Welk
First she wanted to get rid of her cheating husband's new girl, then when
the deal was delayed she added her husband to the contract. At least it
would all cost the same, if only she could contact the phantom hitman more
Ancient Fires - Seabury Quinn
The indomitable doctor de Grandin and his associate Doctor Trowbridge were
hired to help sell an estate in the mountains, their special talents
required, for the house was reputed to be haunted. Upon early
investigating, they confronted an odd creature, able to crawl up an
outside wall to enter by a window.
The Cases of Jules de Grandin - (A Chronological Listing)
[The list of de Grandin stories from 1925 - 1932, plus four Weird
Tales front covers in black and white].
The Hansom Cab - Ken Porter
The businessman and his out-of-town buyer take a joyous ride in a
horse-drawn carriage, just as a lark, but it soon turns out to be a trip
out of time.
The Veil of Tanit - Eugene de Rezske
That a mousy man of no significance should acquire an ancient box and
solve its puzzle, open it up, and don its contents -- this was nothing
less than sacrilege and doomed him to a certain death.