An author and his lovely wife move into an old big house left to them by his late uncle Zachariah on the condition that they are never to open a mysterious trunk there that someone will come for. The house starts driving them insane.
Executive Bradley Meredith is responsible for the unsolved murder of a go-go dancer, so the victim's vindictive grandfather Old Man Doubleday invites him to the family's dilapidated old farmhouse, which comes complete with a pack of wild dogs.
After years of caring for his invalid wife, newly widowed Henry Auden thinks he'll be happy living alone. His wife's friend sends him her orange tabby cat to keep him company while she's away on vacation, but the loneliness gets to him.
Irene is a natural medium often unwillingly possessed by lost souls, which starts to worry her young husband Charlie Evans, since she's having more and more trouble controlling them, especially when it comes to one grieving mother.
During the colonial era in the British West Indies, bitter plantation owner Alex Brandon uses voodoo to try to get revenge on his runaway bride Sheila Trent's ex lover Raphael, after she elopes with Raphael.
In an office building, a man in a crowded elevator asks one of the aliens that are riding with him to leave and wait for the next one, since the elevator can hold only 10 people. The alien has another idea.