The final 'From Beyond The Grave' is the only tale with a happy ending, mainly because Ian Ogilvy, who stars, is the only customer not to try and rip off 'Temptations Ltd'.
Writer Ogilvy purchases an ornate antique door which he puts on the front of his stationary cupboard. One night, the door swings open revealing not the expected staples and pencils but a stately blue room, covered in cobwebs and imbued with a heavy atmosphere of doom. The room disappears quickly but, over the next few nights, the room returns, for longer and longer each time. Eventually, the dissipated figure of the room's owner, an undead libertine and occultist who has gained eternal life by stealing other's souls, appears, and he has his eye on Ogilvy's wife, the comely Lesley Ann Down...well, he's only human. Sort of.
Being a decent and honest bloke when it comes to shopping has definite advantages, though, and it all turns out okay in the end, although you have to wonder why they had to go through it in the first place.
Interestingly, after 'Witchfinder General', this is the second film in which the suave Mr. Ogilvy hacks a man in 17th century costume to death with an axe, although this time it's smashing up the haunted door which obtains the required effect. Marvellous.