In Mexico, an escaped convict hides out in a monastery. Unfortunately, it is on the night when the ghost of an Aztec warrior is said to roam the halls. When a murder is discovered later ...
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In Mexico, an escaped convict hides out in a monastery. Unfortunately, it is on the night when the ghost of an Aztec warrior is said to roam the halls. When a murder is discovered later that night, he must prove that he not only didn't commit the murder, but that it was in fact committed by the ghostly warrior.Written by
I chose this title because I referenced another in my text, and the computer put it under that one. I had to give this only five stars, because the over-acting of David J. Stewart had me cringing. Oh, the histrionics! John Newland admitted at the end of the program that it was a dramatization. Wow, was it! About dramatization: with One Step Beyond you're really not sure of the truthfulness of this stories. For example, in "Where Are They," there really was a rocks-from-the sky episode in Chico, CA according to some accounts, while others say it was a hoax. Did the writers make up stories based on popular hoaxes or on strange incidents that happened somewhere in the world? As Mr. Newland is no longer with us, we'll probably never know.
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