Armstrong Circle Theatre: Season 9, Episode 2

The House of Flying Objects (29 Oct. 1958)

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absolutely riveting drama
26 June 2006 | by (New England) – See all my reviews

I was only 10 years old when this aired back in the 1950's but I recall it to the present day. (In fact, I think it aired on more than one occasion.) Perhaps because I lived in New York and was familiar with Long Island, this dramatization seemed so very real. The idea was simple: For some reason, objects in this house (in Seaford, New York?) flew around, statues dashed themselves to the ground, caps on a bottle of liquid unscrewed themselves, heavy objects crashed to the floor. Was it due to spirits, magnetic forces, or undetected earth tremors? Why this house and not the one next door? There were many questions, and the next day after it aired, I remember the kids in my school being totally abuzz about the show. My mom said it was totally made up; fake, and only the gullible thought it was real.... To this day, I don't know if it was fraudulent or authentic. What became of the "House of Flying Objects?" I do know that it unsettled me, and I remember it today, almost 50 years later!


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