Orson Wells examines another display in the Black Museum. At a wedding anniversary, it becomes known that Robert is a hypochondriac. Orson takes part in portraying the crime through the dramatization, and we learn that all is not happy for this married couple. An argument breaks out, Robert claims to be feeling sick. Is there anything to be concerned over? Or is this just another of his hypochondriac tendancies?
The drama continues to unfold and Robert falls dead. Is there poison involved? Just because Robert was a hypochondriac in life, doesn’t mean that he wasn’t actually deathly ill, right? The cops do their testing to find solid evidence of murder. The house is searched for incriminating clues, and in the end Orson tells about the courtroom action.
Will there be a courtroom confession. Will the jury be swayed to find her innocent, or guilty?