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Night of April 14th (27 Jan 1959)

A young Englishwoman is suddenly wracked by dreams of drowning in the ocean. She is stunned when her fiancée tells her that he has prepared a surprise honeymoon trip for them--they're sailing to New York on the passenger liner Titanic

Epilogue (24 Feb 1959)

A recovering alcoholic returns to his family from an extended stay in rehabilitation. His sobriety is put to the test, as are his beliefs in the supernatural, when his son is trapped in a cave-in.

The Dream (03 Mar 1959)

In 1940, a fearful Britain awaits invasion by Nazi forces. A husband and his wife, separated by their wartime assignments, suddenly dream that each is in danger, and both try frantically to see if their dream has come true.

The Dead Part of the House (17 Mar 1959)

A young girl moves into a new house with her father and aunt, and before long, she makes friends with the ghosts of three girls who reside in an upstairs nursery -- though the adults assume that her new friends are her three new dolls.

The Vision (24 Mar 1959)

On a battlefield during the first World War, a group of French soldiers experience something which causes them to drop their weapons and walk away from the fight. During their subsequent court-martial, each gives his differing account of what he saw, which all seem impossible to believe.

The Devil's Laughter (31 Mar 1959)

John Marriott boasted to his jailers, the executioner and anyone else who would listen that before the first attempted execution he was frightened out of his wits. But when the hood was put over his head, he saw how he would die, and it would not be on the gallows.

Return of Mitchell Campion (07 Apr 1959)

A man visiting a small Mediterranean island is stunned when all of the island's residents recognize him and insist that he is an island resident who has returned after many years, even though he knows he has never been there before.

The Secret (21 Apr 1959)

A young woman is left alone and unloved by her domineering and arrogant husband. She soon invents an imaginary lover who loves and comforts her--then she begins to suspect that her invisible "lover" may not be all that imaginary.

The Aerialist (28 Apr 1959)

An argument between two trapeze artists results in an accident in which one is paralyzed. The other is torn by guilt and depression, until supernatural forces began to change his world.

The Burning Girl (05 May 1959)

Cult actress Luana Anders plays a teenager trying to fit into a new community, make new friends and coexist with her abusive aunt and insensitive father, who insists she's a pyromaniac despite her pleas of innocence. Things are certain to get hot sooner than later.

Delusion (15 Sep 1959)

A man with a rare blood type is unwilling to donate his blood in order to save a girl's life, knowing that if he does he will be tormented by supernatural visions of her future.

Ordeal on Locust Street (22 Sep 1959)

A seemingly normal family is hiding a terrible secret: their son has the features of a deformed, fish-like monster. A somewhat mysterious hypnotist with strange powers claims that he can help them, and in their desperation they enlist his aid.

The Open Window (03 Nov 1959)

On a hot summer night artist Anthony March sees a distraught woman in the apartment opposite gas herself after taking a distressing phone call but when he goes over to the room there is nobody there. However when he sees the same woman some days later, this time with a witness, it transpires that what he saw was a vision of the future and tragedy is averted.

Goodbye Grandpa (14 Jun 1960)

A grandfather's promise to his grandson brings about some mysterious experiences.