"They said it couldn't be done--so Hitchcock didn't try to do it.
Instead Alfred Hitchcock gathered together the most grisly treats that TV moguls refused to let him screen--and put them in the most gloriously ghoulish gift package he's ever offered his fans. If you love to shiver, if you yearn for shock, if you loathe safety and simply hate to go to sleep, you'll find that Hitchcock has given you everything you want and more than you've ever imagined in thirteen unbeatable and nearly unbearably terrifying tales by:
Stanley Ellin, Ray Bradbury, Roald Dahl, John Collier, Leonid Andreyev, Richard Connell, Robert Bloch, C.P. Donnel Jr., A.M. Burrage, Thomas Burke, D.K. Broster, Robert Arthur & James Francis Dwyer."
This book has a copyright date of 1957 and a printing of June 1978, so I imagine this content is not nearly as gruesome nowadays as it was back in the 50s & 60s.