Following his experiences Hurkos begins to work with parapsychologist Dr Lindsteom and the police and is credited with assisting in the capture of real-life serial killers. Hurkos himself finally appears on screen.
In the continuation of the story in post-war America Hurkos works with a parapsychologist Dr Lars Lindstrom and with the urban police using his psychic powers to help trap serial killers. Finally Hurkos himself is introduced by John Newland.Written by
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Conclusion of the series' only two-part episode sees Albert Salmi continuing in the role of real life psychic Peter Hurkos, who here has given up his stage act, and now works exclusively with a scientist named Lindstrom(played by Alf Kjellin) in his laboratory, convinced that Peter's power is generated by electrical impulses from his brain, which does seem to be a possibility. However, the police have learned of this ability, and plead with Hurkos to help them solve the murder of a woman, which he does, leading to a prime suspect(played by Andrew Prine). The psychic will make a personal appearance at the end with John Newland in effective conclusion to this story.
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