In 1922 the town of Chico, California was pelted by rocks falling from an empty sky. A writer who called himself The Ghost took credit for the phenomena, but was never identified. Similarly...
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In 1922 the town of Chico, California was pelted by rocks falling from an empty sky. A writer who called himself The Ghost took credit for the phenomena, but was never identified. Similarly, in 1917 a stranger appeared to government officials in Washington, D. C. and demonstrated a new fuel made from water that could power an auto engine. After his successful exhibition, the stranger vanished as quickly as he had appeared. The FBI and Secret Service searched for months and could never find him. Written by
In 1922 Chico, a town in California's Sacramento Valley, a landslide of warm rocks falls from the sky at precisely 3:00 every day. If people don't get out of the way, they are hurt. There is no explanation for the phenomena. Concerned resident Phillip Pine (as Harry Call) contacts big city reporter Alan Dexter (as Towers), who arrives skeptical. The men receive a note from "The Ghost" claiming responsibility for the pelting. An investigation suggests the stones materialize from nowhere. A flashback to 1917 provides our cast with clues Host John Newland reads articles from "The New York Times" that seem to suggest the supernatural is involved. Well, you can't believe everything you read.
**** Where Are They? (12/3/60) John Newland ~ Phillip Pine, Richard Devon, Addison Richards, John Alvin
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