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- "Turn back or die" - The Enterprise crew is determined to explore the Haunted Asteroid!
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- Captain's Log, Stardate 2492.5: We are approaching the small but celebrated asteroid Mila Xa, in the thin outer-reaches of star system Delta. I have called an orientation briefing...
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- asteroid • asteroid belt • brain • carbon • computer • crystal tree • elevator • gas • gymnastics • inspection • mercury • micro-crystal recording • mini-bomb • phaser • psycho-probe • radio • skeleton • tomb • transporter • weight-lifting • zombie robot
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- bureaucrat • concrete block • dart board • freedom • ghost • gold medal • gnome • harpie • mausoleum • oil heater • orchard • Parvonian camel • pool table • railroad • robot • Taj Mahal • tomb • wedding
- ~1666 – On her wedding day that year, it was discovered that Saeena was a mutant with an extended lifespan, prompting Muro III to begin building a hideaway on an asteroid.
- ~1669 – Muro III reportedly disappeared on a space expedition that year, but instead joined Saeena on the asteroid.
- Between 1716 and 1766 – Muro III died of old age, aged 84.
#18: The Hijacked Planet
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#20: A World Gone Mad
- Saeena and Muro III came from a planet in the Delta system. Delta IV was the home of the Deltans.
- The three ghostly witches which tried to scare the landing party were characters in William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Another trio of witches materialized in TOS episode: "Catspaw".
- Sulu said he had once been a gold-medal winning gymnast. Scott said he had once been a weight-lifter.
- Scott called the robot guards “zombies,” Although they walked upright with arms outstretched while repeating phrases, they did not resemble corpses. Perhaps the gas they emitted was a hallucinogenic, prompting visions.
- Uses for a psychotricorder and psychoscan ware described in TOS episode: "Wolf in the Fold".
- TOS comics: "The Haunting of Thallus", "The Haunting of the Enterprise" – Hauntings aboard an asteroid explored in 2273.
- TOS comic: "We Are Dying, Egypt, Dying!" – The culture of ancient Egypt was revisited.
- TOS comic: "The Mummies of Heitius VII" – The notion of mummification from ancient Egypt was explored.
- TOS episode: "Catspaw" – More witches.
- TOS comic: "There's No Space Like Gnomes'!" – Encounters with races of gnomes and trolls.
- TOS episode: "Requiem for Methuselah" – Latter years of a human with an extended lifespan.