The next day, Ralph Renson is urging Perry to fire Clark. Perry is about to do so until Clark convinces him that he knows who the Invisible Man is and how he makes himself invisible. By leaving the room and throwing his voice, Clark shows that the Invisible Man is really a ventriloquist. The ventriloquist had to be in the same room with Clark and the others. This makes the Invisible Man in reality Ralph Renson. Renson was really using his crusade against District Attorney Parker to extort money from the crooked politician as the Invisible Man. Renson pulls a gun on Clark and the others. Clark pretends to have fainted while Perry grabs Renson and takes him to the police. Lois then looks at Clark and says, “Sometimes I wonder about you, Clark Kent. Yes, I really do.”
With the mystery of the Invisible Man solved, Lois and Clark move on to their next assignment. They are to cover the arrival of five million dollars in gold arriving on a train with a special armored freight car. The bizarre thing is the armored car carrying the gold, which was sandwiched between two other train cars, has disappeared. What happened to the armored car and its gold cargo? Tune in next week to “The Five Million Dollar Gold Heist” in The Adventures of Superman and find out, boys and girls.