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Rod Serling's Triple W: Witches, Warlocks…

Rod Serling's Triple W: Witches, Warlocks and Werewolves (1963)

by Rod Serling

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This book had twelve stories about mainly Witches and Werewolves I liked them all. I really liked the last story it centered around witch trials in Scotland mainly some in Germany, I find those kind of stories about witch trials rather fascinating. ( )
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Introduction, by Rod Serling

The Amulet, by Gordon R. Dickson

The story of Sidi Nonman, Anonymous

The Final Ingredient, by Jack Shareky

Blind Alley, by Malcolm Jameson

Young Goodman Brown, by Nathaniel Hawthorne

The Chestnut Beads, by Jane Roberts

Hatchery of Dreams, by Fritz Leiber

The Mark of the Beast, by Rudyard Kipling

And Not Quite Human, by Joe L. Hensley

Wolves Don't Cry, by Bruce Elliott

The Black Retriever, by Charles G. Finney

Witch Trials and the Law, by Charles Mackay
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Twelve horrifying tales for the demon in you collected by the man who wrote Stories from the Twilight Zone ROD SERLING'S FAVORITE STORIES-- THE WITCH--there was the little girl who always wanted to be a witch. She tried everything she could think of but she never made it until she learned to hate everybody--including herself... AND THE WARLOCK WHO WAITED AND WAITED "It was a wonderful attack, Captain. Nothing human could have lived through it--nothing human did. We were deep underground where they buried us long ago--the stakes through our hearts. Your fire burned the stakes away--" The warlock waved a scaly hand at the waiting shadows. They came down relentlessly. AND THE WEREWOLF Early morning at the zoo, and the naked man behind the bars was sound asleep. Suddenly, his eyes flickered and his right hand smashed down at the flies that buzzed on the bone he'd been gnawing last night. The flies left, but the naked man stayed immobile, his eyes on his hand. Outside the cage a sign read, LOBO, TIMBER WOLF, Canis occidentalis. AND NINE MORE STORIES ABOUT WITCHES, WARLOCKS AND WEREWOLVES ALL HERE IN ROD SERLING'S TRIPLE W… (more)

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