David Ellington recounts a story, one that began just after the end of World War I. He was hiking in Europe when he sought refuge in an abbey during a violent rain storm. The residence is isolated and its head, Brother Jerome, tells him he cannot stay. Ellington is ill however and during his short stay meets someone who is being kept prisoner and howls constantly through the night. Ellington believes the Howling Man is being kept there for no good reason but Brother Jerome tells him of the man's true nature. The decision Ellington makes will haunt him for the rest of his life. Written by
4 November 1960 (USA)
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This episode takes place in 1924 and 1960. See more
Although Ellington walks into the monastery in the midst of a thunderstorm, he is perfectly dry. See more
Honest men make unconvincing liars.