Nasty land developer Mike Saunders is ready to destroy a widow with a green thumb to get her land. / Morton Silkline arranges a late funeral for an unusual client, Ludwig Asper. / A jukebox in a diner repeatedly plays the same sad song.
A fisherman catches a mermaid and wishes for her to be human. / Sheila Grey's homely suitor Henry Mallory gives her a brooch that seems almost alive. / Impoverished Cora Peddington shops for a cheap funeral for her husband.
Gunslinger Sam Dichter rests in a saloon with outlaws who await their punishment. / Attorney Bruce Tarraday is tormented by the statue of a Druid sorcerer which his wife impulsively bought, claiming that it resembles him.
Anatomy teacher John Fletcher, who uses grave robbers to get bodies, learns a lesson. / A strange woman goes to the police to report her husband for attempted murder. / Criminal Landau doubts the credentials of aging exporter Bullivant.
Two vignettes about the black arts: Adulterous Morah uses witchcraft to dispose of her sickly husband Owen. / Arthur Porter threatens to cut off his freeloading nephew, who turns to the occult for revenge and summons a demon.
Famine runs rampant in medieval Wales, forcing terrified young Ian to feast on the sins of deceased Mr. Craighill. / The Fultons delight in the sadistic torture of servants, but, may have met their match when a new robot maid arrives.
Steven Macy lusts after his boss' wife and plans to use an earwig to be rid of him. / The government plays up to a genius' delusion that his dead daughter still lives so he can finish his experiments even though his mind is still clouded.
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.
Alice has a sister named Monique from whom she has been separated since childhood. Alice is dying from a failed kidney and from the hospital Alice has a psychic impression that her long lost sister has been taken prisoner by a satanic cult. She tells all this to her friend Dr. Rhodes, who hopes to use telekinesis and his own psychic ability to find Monique and bring her back to the hospital, where she can donate a kidney to save Alice.
When a young woman (Pamela Franklin) is suddenly hospitalized, exhaustive tests bring forth no diagnoses. Strangely, only with the help of ESP, is her doctor (Gary Collins) and the rest of the medical team, able to discover a liver illness.