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Wainer

by Michael Shaara

Certainly, life has a meaning—though sometimes it takes a lifetime to learn what it is.

The Stutterer

by R.R. Merliss

A man can be killed by a toy gun--he can die of fright, for heart attacks can kill. What, then, is the deadly thing that must be sealed away, forever locked in buried concrete--a thing or an idea?

The Seed of the Toc-Toc Birds

by Francis Flagg

Little did Prof. Reubens suspect what his atom-tampering would set loose upon the world.

The May-Pole of Merry Mount

Nibsy's Christmas

by Jacob August Riis

A collection of 3 short stories about Christmas.

The Birth of Athena

The Two Christmas Celebrations, A.D. I. and MDCCCLV.

Bolden's Pets

by Floyd L. Wallace

The price of life was a life for a life—which was all the reward the victim looked for!

Sound of Terror

by Don Berry

What is more frightening than the fear of the unknown? Johnny found out!

The Götterdämmerung Show

The Gentle Boy

Drowne's Wooden Image

Mr. Higginbotham's Catastrophe

Stopover

by William Gerken

What will the world be like, the day after Tomorrow, for the lonely ones who will have talents that others will half fear, half envy? William Gerken describes this strange world in which young and old will have...

The Gray Champion

Junior Achievement

by William M. Lee

Fallout is, of course, always disastrous— one way or another.

See?

by Edward G. Robles

Seeing things? Don't go to an analyst—see the Commission— if it doesn't find you first!

Little Daffydowndilly

The Rat Racket

by David Henry Keller

With Dr. Keller's genius for hitting at vital spots every time, he now gives us a brand new idea and an ingenious solution. We hope no racketeers read this story. They might, as a result, cause the police some...

Unthinkable

by Rog Phillips

If Nature suddenly began to behave differently, what we consider obvious and elementary today might become—unthinkable.