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Great Charlton tales. The first one had an interesting twist ending, the doctor didn't realize beforehand there are no statute of limitations for the crime of murder. I wonder if time travelers have to worry about that fact.Flight Into Oblivion reminded me of John Carpenter's 'The Fog' Horror stories featuring or dealing with fog are not as plentiful as vampire or werewolf tales, but fog can create a creepy atmosphere and set the tone of o good chilling tale.Thanks for the post!
The Fog was a great movie! I just watched John Carpenters "They Live" the other day and that film is a classic as well!I also enjoyed the Ditko tale a lot in this issue too!
The second tale is the most interesting of the bunch--definitely a fun read.
Script By George Wildman on 'Flight Into Oblivion' and it definitely has a 'Twilight Zone' episode feel to it.