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Edward L. Plumb
Forrest J. Ackerman
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Available complete on dvd, with magnificent picture and sound quality. This quite old anthology tv series of nine episodes plus an extra borrowed from British tv, is quite watchable. The acting styles are a little wooden, but there are some interesting early appearances- Robert Hardy, Patrick MacNee, Harry Bartell and so on.
Supposedly based upon real reports of paranormal reports this certainly predates the X Files. The approach is pure drama with no explanations.
A good addition to any classic tv collection - although it never was shown on tv.
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