Synopsis: In a story remarkably similar to the "Time Tale" from issue #33, a scientist (this time named "Otto") is once again rebuffed by the scientific community for his efforts to create a time machine. The lead scientist in the community tries to stop Otto, but Otto shoots him in the arm to gain access to his equipment. As in the previous story, he narrowly uses his time machine before the police intervene.
Otto goes back in time to a more barbaric epoch, where he's promptly seized and thrown into a crude jail. He's deliriously happy, even though imprisoned, because he's at least proved that time travel was possible.
Unfortunately, Otto shouldn't be so happy because he's really just delirious. In fact, Otto's been thrown into a modern day padded cell by guards at a mental health facility. Throwing the switch on his time machine caused an unexpected surge of electricity which affected his perception of reality. As the strip concludes, the leader of the scientific community reveals that time travel is only possible in one's mind—and Otto's mind may never be "right" again.
Notes: This story is signed "Ditko". It is unknown whether this credit should apply to the writing tasks, as well, so he's provisionally put in as the unconfirmed writer. However, it could likely have been written by Stan Lee himself.