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The Youth Killer 

Kolchak discovers a very attractive woman who maintains her youth and beauty by sacrificing young men and women to ancient Greek gods.

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Helen Surtees
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Bella Sarkof
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Ron Updyke
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A dating service for young, fabulous singles proves to be a breeding ground for supernatural murder when certain members start turning up as elderly corpses. Kolchak makes the connection and discovers that the proprietor of the dating service has a mysterious way of remaining young and beautiful. Written by acidxian

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14 March 1975 (USA)  »

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As seen in from the overhead shot of Newy York City during the opening scene, the cars on the highway are seen driving in the opposite direction that they should be for the lane that they are in. See more »

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While going through Ms. Tibbs's apartment, Kolchak reads a "scroll" and describes it as saying she was "some kind of a member of a society at the Max Match corporation...", as if this is completely new to him. But just a short time before he found the same scroll in William Cubby's apartment. See more »

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Kaz: Hey, why don't you take another cab?
Conventioneer: [speaking with a hangover] Who do you think you're talking to, cabbie? I am the president of my own feed company. I flew here first class. I'm staying at the Randolph, the biggest hotel in the world. Twenty-four hundred rooms.
Kaz: Hey, sport, you are not staying at the biggest hotel in the world. The Hotel Rossiya in Moscow has thirty-two hundred rooms and your hotel's nothing.
Conventioneer: [pauses] Who counts Communists?
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Fair Helen
19 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Cathy Lee Crosby stars in this Kolchak episode as the lovely Helen of Troy famed for her beauty back in the day which got a couple of guys thinking with their male members and the city of Troy fell as a result. Helen is still with us but she has to steal the youth from a lot of youthful admirers and offer it to Hecate to keep her beauty.

For which she has caused the deaths of several young men who turn up as aged corpses. She has a dating service for that purpose, the girl is in the age of Information to be sure.

Of course it takes a reporter experienced in the occult to handle the story although Darren McGavin nearly ends up a sacrifice himself.

I'm surprised at some of the reviews here from folks who didn't like the episode. I loved it and I thought it most in keeping with the spirit of Kolchak: The Night Stalker.


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