Kolchak: The Night Stalker: Season 1, Episode 3

They Have Been, They Are, They Will Be... (27 Sep. 1974)

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Kolchak is witness to a bizarre manifestation when an unseen force decimates a building and causes a cache of lead ingots to vanish into thin air. He soon draws a connection between the ... See full summary »

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Kolchak is witness to a bizarre manifestation when an unseen force decimates a building and causes a cache of lead ingots to vanish into thin air. He soon draws a connection between the disturbance and a series of incidents where both animals and human beings are turning up dead, the marrow mysteriously sucked out of their bones. Written by acidxian

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The 1974 World Series began in October and featured the Oakland A's vs. the LA Dodgers. See more »

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Carl Kolchak: Then I'll have to start at the beginning, with the autopsy on the dead panda.
Tony Vincenzo: [while dining] Carl, start somewhere else, will ya?
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Invisible Alien
10 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Carl Kolchak(Darren McGavin) is present during a most mysterious incident where an invisible force invades a building, whose wind knocks down the police force as it makes off with lead ingots. Carl then makes a link between this force, which he comes to believe is alien in origin, with a rash of killings involving people and animals whose bone marrow was taken, apparently for nourishment, and it is a race against time to stop the alien before it can leave our world... This episode may well have influenced later series "The X-Files", which used a similar alien itself. Interesting and unique, though alien is once again frustratingly vague in nature.


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