||Payment in Full: A couple (crooks) are driving in a rainstorm and their car stalls. They make their way on foot to an old house. They see a ghost in the house that wants them to do him a favor. The crooks (mainly the man) try to double-cross the ghost, though, and the ghost gets even.
The Stalking Doom: A guy is talking to his aunt. He's been fired from a movie for being drunk. He later murders his aunt. He didn't reckon with the woman's cat, though, who follows him afterward until it deals with him personally.
Cagliostro-Swindler or Superman? (text, factual): They start talking about the Egyptian Freemasonry of High Science. Then it describes how a new member is initiated. The guy immediately under the president of the group was Cagliostro. Then the story goes into his history and his downfall.
Out of the Unknown: Factual events involving the supernatural.
Kings of Death: A hunter is in the Rockies and kills a white eagle. His guide tells him the eagle was the king of birds and his subjects will avenge him. The hunter also owes a bookie a lot of money. He ends up killing a woman and gets a valuable ring from her. He kills the bookie and then finds out later the birds have not forgotten.
Graveyard Guffaws: Short humorous panels.
All the King's Men: A guy named Wolfe is wanted for murder and hides out at a friend's place in Haiti. The story then tells of a guy that thought he was the emperor of Haiti until his 'subjects' revolted. He also hid gold before dying. Ghosts protect the treasure as Wolfe finds out.
||these are reprints from Weird Thrillers (Ziff-Davis, 1951 series) #5