Janet inherits her mother's house when her mother dies in a mental institution. When she first arrives at the house, she meets her cousins Hattie and Jonathon, who welcome her warmly. She ... See full summary »

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Janet inherits her mother's house when her mother dies in a mental institution. When she first arrives at the house, she meets her cousins Hattie and Jonathon, who welcome her warmly. She decides to stay at the house and fix it up so that it won't be condemned. However, neither the house nor Hattie and Jonathon are what they seem to be, and Janet begins to fear for her own sanity as a terrifying past merges with an equally terrifying present. Written by Anonymous

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8 December 1972 (USA)  »

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Beautiful Song
14 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

The song "Golden Memories" in this episode was written by Los Angeles musician Ian Jack for producer Joel Rogerson. The singer in the episode is American singer Shelby Flint of "Joey" and "Angel on my Shoulder" fame. Flint and Jack recorded together in the late seventies. The soundtrack has now been expanded to a full song and recorded as a country track by Australian band Bone Halo. Release date is 26 February 2017 and it will be available on iTunes, Spotify, Pandora, Amazon and Google Music from that date. The episode itself resonates not only to that ghostly music, but also to Poe's "A Cask of Amontillado" in that a brick wall can have many secrets behind it. Combined with references to ancient rhymes/prayers and the suggestion of allegedly poisonous food and drink substances, it makes for a heady concoction of murder/thriller elements. Its very dark but somehow you can't help feeling some empathy for these addled old killers.


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