by W. C. Morrow . Originally Published in Weird Tales December 1928. A man gets more than he bargained for when he procures the services of a sinister surgeon! A young man of refined appearance, but evidently suffering great mental distress, presented himself one morning at the residence of a singular old man, who was known as a surgeon of remarkable skill. The house was a queer and primitive brick affair, entirely out of date, and tolerable only in the decayed part of the city in which it stood. It was large, gloomy, and dark, and had long corridors and dismal rooms; and it was absurdly Continue reading