From modern-day fables of fear, to stories that uncover the trembling terrors of times past, each episode of this acclaimed series harbors a terrible secret — its very own gruesome monster to haunt your dreams in tales of mystery, suspense and imagination.
Danny (Patrick Breen) is a handsome museum curator who is cheating on his fiancee, Edwina, with a floozy blond waitress, Cheryl. Edwina stumbles upon Danny attempting to have sex with Cheryl in a basement gallery that's under construction. All three are unintentionally locked in for the night by the staff. Danny accidentally wakens a 3,000-year-old Incan mummy witch (Pamela Dean Kelly) after exposing it to a bloody handkerchief. The mummy was rejected by her lover in the past, and now seeks vengeance on all male lotharios.
Art buyer Roger Darcy (Beeson Carroll) is introduced to gallery owner Hubert Pocock (Darren McGavin). The gallery features some life-sized, three-dimensional sculptures of missing people in tormented positions, hanging on the walls. Darcy discovers that one sculpture is of his missing daughter, Penny. Darcy suspects that Pocock is a serial killer, and attempts to play a psychological mind game with him that will induce Pocock to reveal the truth. But the truth is much worse than Darcy knows.
Paul (Peter White) is an ex-spy who is asked by spymaster Oliver Ferguson (Philip Abbott) to retrieve a top physicist who is defecting from an enemy nation. Paul and the physicist, Anna (Judy Geeson), manage to make it to a safe house. But they are tracked down not by enemy agents but by one of the devil's minions (S.A. Griffin). It seems Anna sold her soul to the devil. But whose side is Paul going to come down on?
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