One Step Beyond (1959–1961)
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The Peter Hurkos Story: Part 2 

"The Peter Hurkos Story: Part 2" is an episode of One Step Beyond starring Albert Salmi, Alf Kjellin, and Justice Watson. 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.

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... Peter Hurkos
... Dr. Lars Lindstrom
Justice Watson ... Police Capt. Kibbee
... Walter Bird
... Himself - Host
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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 don @ minifie-1

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26 April 1960 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Second Of Two Parts
16 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

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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