The House that Dripped Blood
A review of the files of the local policeman shows that everyone who has owned a particular mansion has died in a horrible fashion. In one instance, "Method for Murder," the obsessions of a mystery writer provide his wife with an opportunity to do him in. In a second, "Waxworks," the owner was the unhappy recipient of the attentions of a jealous husband. The third, "Sweets to the Sweet," has another fall victim to his charming daughter, who plays with voodoo dolls. And in "The Cloak," a horror-film star who insists on authenticity in his costumes is somehow given the cloak of a real vampire, with humorously ghoulish results.