A weird emanation of energy straight out of Blue Man Group, the "blue bodies" are doubles that haunt the narrator of "The New Rays."
Weird #52: “The Psychologist Who Wouldn’t Do Awful Things to Rats” by James Triptree, Jr. (1976)
A harrowing tale questions why science can be so cruel to animals
Weird #49: “Don’t Look Now” by Daphne du Maurier (1971)
Daphne Du Maurier’s line is almost literally hypnotic
Weird #43: “Same Time, Same Place” by Mervyn Peake (1963)
The perfect date keeps her biggest secret until just before marriage
Weird #36: “The Hungry House” by Robert Bloch (1951)
Probably the best haunted house story about the alienating effect of mirrors that you will ever read.
Weird #27: “Smoke Ghost” by Fritz Leiber (1941)
Fritz Leiber's story about the ghosts of the modern city.
Weird #9: “The Spider” by Hans Heinz Ewers (1915)
A decadent tale of becoming overpowered by pleasure.