A practical-minded skeptic must stay in the spooky Baton Rouge mansion his brother willed to him for one night or forfeit it to his cousin and her husband, who warn him of ghosts.

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Heir feels smug about a mandatory night in a haunted mansion - armed with .38 & New York attitude. Otherwise his cousins reap the valuable Bayou property they shared with the deceased. Duncan shrugs off the legend of an ancestor who went mad after accidentally killing her husband, when he fought a ghostly intruder. Duncan's smirky superiority immediately riles the country cousins he's never met, but Duncan feels equally prepared for any spooky tricks from them. Written by David Stevens

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25 October 1960 (USA)  »

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The mansion used in this episode is best known as the house from Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960). See more »

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Oliver Judson: If he was so smart, why did he have a heart attack?
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What a thrill

Yes, I totally agree to what have said the other users. This is a terrific episode far away better than the previous ones of this series. Those other were not so terrible, but certainly not at the scale of this one. I must admit that, when watching it, I thought a little of another ghost story, with a man supposed to stay for a while in a haunted mansion: The film directed by Antonio Margheriti and starring Tony Franciosa, from 1970, which I don't remind the English title; check on IMDb. Of course, the story is not exactly the same, but there are some lines in common between the two of them.

Appreciate this one, folks, highly recommended. The best of the series so far.


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