A patient at a mental institution has scientists dumbfounded with his knowledge of atomic bombs and their formulas. As the doctors attempt to "cure" the man, they come to realize he's actually 160 years old.
A nuclear physicist is pursued by an invisible being described as "a soft, shapeless, mindless lump". The blob falls in love with the scientist and begins caressing and fondling him, even when he's giving lectures.
Jonathan O'Rourke wills his heart to science so, within an hour of his death, it is removed from his body. The heart surgeon places the organ in a machine to study its beating and is shocked when it continued to throb even when the device is turned off. Even stranger, O'Rourke is still alive!
In a macabre farce, a conniving old widow fakes her own death in a plan to outsmart her crooked attorney. When she unintentionally actually dies, she comes back as a spirit to make sure her estate goes to her niece, not the shady lawyer.
The person in possession of a magical Arabic parchment is able to ascertain the thoughts of another. A ruthless businessman uses the document to capitalize on the genius thoughts of the company president, leaving said president with no ideas of his own left to use.
An odd professor claims he can spot Martians, who masquerade as humans, using a pair of infrared glasses he wears. Only then can you see the third eyeball in the middle of their forehead. He relates his wild theory to a photographer sitting by him in a bar--and the man believes him. While playing around with infrared film, the photographer says he's snapped a shot of a man with three eyes. The two team up to convince authorities of their find.
Songwriter Charlie has suffered with writer's block" since he and his wife moved to the country. Betty wants them to sell the house to pay the bills, but Charlie doesn't want to part with the family estate. His late ancestor, Jasper, isn't thrilled with the idea either.