10 August 2013 3:20 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Ohio fans of The Twilight Zone won't want to miss the festivities in Willoughby on Saturday, August 17. The show's legendary creator fashioned one of the most beloved episodes based on a town named Willougby. "A Stop at Willoughby" centered on a high strung business executive who is under pressure in his personal life as well as on the job. The only solace he finds is on the commuter train home each evening when he imagines the train makes a stop at Willoughby, a turn of the century small town where everyone is friendly and time has stood still. The payoff to the story is both disturbing, yet heartwarming. Serling's daughter Anne will be on hand for a parade and screenings of the episode will be shown throughout the day. Anne Serling will also be autographing copies of her acclaimed book, "As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling."

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