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Appearing in "The Stars My Salvation"Edit


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Synopsis for "The Stars My Salvation"Edit

This story takes place in the Civil War where some union soldiers come across a hospital which the leading officer wants to attack. One of his soldiers doesn't want to attack a hospital, so the officer kills him. A similar scenario takes place in space, where an alien hospital ship carrying a device which can heal people heads after a damaged ship, hoping to destroy it. The alien captain attacks the doctor on the ship who doesn't want to attack. In both cases it ends up being an ambush, and the aggressive attackers are totally wiped out. The alien doctor manages to escape and heads down to the Earth where he is going to heal the head officer, but the officer instead kills him, and dies seconds later.

Appearing in "Christmas Eve can Kill You"Edit


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Synopsis for "Christmas Eve can Kill You"Edit

A number of different stories occurring around Christmas time in this one, including a man trying to kill himself being saved by another person and a shootout among crooks and cops.

Appearing in "Reflections in a Golden Spike"Edit


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Synopsis for "Reflections in a Golden Spike"Edit

An old man who is a retired train engineer befriends a young orphan runaway who passes out near the abandoned train that he lives in. Eventually however a pair of thieves arrive. When the boy kills one of the thieves he is killed, so the engineer kills the other with a golden railroad spike he had given to the boy.

Appearing in "Anti-Christmas"Edit


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Synopsis for "Anti-Christmas"Edit

This story features a young couple where the husband is actually a satanist, and they give birth to the Anti-Christ. Meanwhile her father, a priest, goes on a rampage, doing all he can to stop the Anti-Christ, including innocent babies and people. They eventually converge, and the priest kills his own daughter, then is killed by her husband who proclaims that the priest did the work of Satan a lot better than he could.

Appearing in "A Gentle Takeover"Edit


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Synopsis for "A Gentle Takeover"Edit

This story takes place in a future where Christmas is outlawed. An older man, Oliver Cubbins, who looks like Santa Claus organizes a peaceful march of believers in Christmas.

Appearing in "The Christmas Visit"Edit


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Synopsis for "The Christmas Visit"Edit

An old diner owner, Archie, has a rather bad attitude about Christmas. He is visited by a mysterious stranger who arrives at his diner right around closing time. While walking around talking to the stranger, who tries to get him to get a better attitude about Christmas, the man causes various miracles to happen, like curing a crippled boy and talking a suicidal man from not killing himself. While the stranger is able to convince Archie that Christmas is good after all. Unfortunately for him, the stranger is murdered by muggers minutes later.

Appearing in "The Christmas Gnome of Timothy Brayle!"Edit


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Synopsis for "The Christmas Gnome of Timothy Brayle!"Edit

This story is about a man who dislikes his wife who encounters a gnome that gives him the Christmas present of his wife's now dead remains.

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