- "Adventurers' Club..." (Nelson Strong) written by Michael Fleisher, penciled and inked by Jim Aparo and art continuity by Russell Carley.
- "Snow-White Death!" (Vigilante) written by Cary Bates, penciled by Mike Sekowsky and inked by Dick Giordano.
- "God of Vengeance" (Captain Fear) written by Steve Skeates, penciled and inked by Alex Nino.
The story begins in a club meeting lounge. Nelson Strong is interviewing a gangster named Cross about a Thompson sub-machine gun owned by a hit man named “Scortch” Jordon. During the his last drive by hit on August 27 1952, Scortch also shot down an innocent passerby, a young woman named Finch. When Cross grumbled about the way the hit went down, Scortch turned callous about Finch’s death, claiming that she just had crummy luck.
The police questioned Scortch about his role, then allowed Harvey Finch, the father of the deceased woman, to talk to Scortch at the police station. No confession came from the questioning, so the police released Scortch. But a day later, Scortch claimed to see the ghost of Ms. Finch at a restaurant. And later that same day after seeing her ghost again at a traffic light, Scortch got out of Cross’ car with his machine gun, chased her, cornered her, and fired a burst of bullets at her. As the driver of the car Cross could not see the woman Scortch was pursuing. All he saw was Scortch firing at a steel beam. Ricocheting bullets cut down the hitman, and Scortch lie dying where he fell. With his dying words, Scortch confessed to the police about his last hit and fingered Cross as the driver. Cross spent twenty years behind bars for that crime.
Twenty years later the woman’s father, Harvey Finch, visited Cross in prison just a week before Cross was paroled. Cross stopped his recounting of the tale at that point to note that Finch must be a hypnotist, for Cross was now seeing the ghost of that woman with her accusing eyes haunting him wherever he went.