A young woman visits Joe Mannix at his office with a strange story of having had a dream in which he was killed. Mannix reassures her that he doesn't see any danger, and suggests that she ... See full summary »

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A young woman visits Joe Mannix at his office with a strange story of having had a dream in which he was killed. Mannix reassures her that he doesn't see any danger, and suggests that she dreamed about him because his capturing a blackmailer was recently covered in the newspaper. But Mannix begins to have second thoughts about dismissing her story when the details of her prediction come true. Written by aldanoli

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What you think of this episode probably will depend strongly on what you think about ESP and precognition.
19 August 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Brenda Scott stars as Kathy Warren--and odd young lady indeed! She has an unusual ability--she seems to be able to see the future. And, in one of these flashes of precognition, she sees Mannix dying--and so she's come to warn him. Well, surprise, surprise--the event she describes happens pretty much as she said, though Mannix is only hurt, not killed. This and a warning from her about another attempt on his life make Mannix a believer. Oddly, however, this rich heiress' mother and the family attorney seem totally unimpressed by this and say that they think it's all a hoax. So what's really happening here?

As I mentioned in the summary, how much you like the show is sure to depend on what you think of this sort of psychic phenomena. I think it's all hogwash--so I was less than impressed. However, despite this, the show is entertaining and the only other problems I saw was at the end when Mannix and the killer are fighting as well as the identity of the person. The killer's gun is emptied and Mannix still has bullets-- yet he tosses the gun aside to have a fistfight with the guy! How ridiculous and what a ditsy cliché! Additionally, who it is and why were things I figured out very, very early into the show.


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