Jessica comes to the assistance of her dear friend Francesca Lodge who is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Francesca has been married for a number of years to a younger man, Scott, who unbeknown to her is having an affair with his secretary. Francesca's major problem is that she hears voices or music playing that suggests her first husband's spirit has come back to haunt her. She's under the care of an unorthodox but seemingly competent psychiatrist, Dr. Victor March who also treated Francesca's daughter Cheryl during her wild teenage years. Jessica is convinced that someone is trying to drive her friend mad and sets out to stop it before it's too late. Written by
3 November 1985 (USA)
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During the opening credits, the camera pans over a table with several framed photos, one of which appears to be of Angela Lansbury and Ann Blyth in their younger acting days. See more
In the scene where Scott Lodge's car falls over the cliff, it tumbles over the edge and lands on its roof with its wheels up in the air. It does not burst into flame as indicated later in the episode by Sheriff Bodine: the entire crash sequence is stock footage, taken from another TV show. Furthermore, Scott's car is a convertible and the car in the crash sequence has a metal roof. See more
[to Cheryl Lodge
I don't want to alarm you but something very sinister is going on here.
by Stephen Foster
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