Synopsis: Andrew goes to the attic at the best of his wife, Carol, to make sure all the insulation is in place. Their son, Benjy, is ordered not to follow. Andrew finds a small castle in the attic that he does not recognize as one of Benjy's toys, enters it, and gets attacked by a giant. Only Benjy and his toys can save Andrew now.
Synopsis: Tom and Petie, an unemployed couple, are in their home with the heat and electricty turned off for lack of payment. Their poodle, Gretel, reveals that she can speak, but wants nothing to do with self-described failures.
Synopsis: Hank, an escaped convict, flees with his girlfriend, Suzie, whom he thinks is a stupid hick, flee to the mansion known as Devil's Tail, where Hank is convinced the police will never reach, and where there is supposedly a treasure. The house has a long spiral staricase with no floors, and Hank pushes Suzie down, only to find the treasure is not of the nature that he wanted.
Synopsis: George Willis seeks to change the past by accepting his father's request to kill him rather than suffer from disease. Staring at a time piece, he seems to be able to accomplish his task, but things change.
Synopsis: Mister E is on a tour in Salem where Maule's Well, famous from _The House of the Seven Gables_, appears to run red with blood. The tour bus flees without Mister E. David and Kelly show up on David's compulsion to inform Mister E of the death of the Witch-Hound. Somehow, the car radio, disconnected from the key, provides them with a news alert. They descend into the well, finding an old man claiming to be Mathew Maule (reportedly hanged as a wizard by the Pynchon family in Hawthorne's novel. Mister E soon follows Maule to come to their rescue.