On the way to their honeymoon, Roger and Sue Kent tune in the radio as they travel the lonely country road. The news report claims that a homicidal maniac is on the loose. Should they push on to their hotel, or make a stop sooner, in hopes of taking shelter from that danger? The couple find themselves at a carnival side show, and Roger finds himself the object of a hypnotist. Will he actually volunteer to be buried alive in a coffin?
It’s an easy $500 for agreeing, and soon Rogers body is in a trance, and in a grave. Will Sue’s nerves be able to handle the stress? Don’t worry, the professor assures her it’s all about to end. Then a twist in the story sets it all on edge.
Sue goes to the secluded place where she was instructed to meet the professor, and be restored her husband, and get the $500. Will she meet the real proffessor? Will she be safe at last? How will Roger react once he comes out of his hypnotic trance? Hypnosis got him into this mess, can it get Roger out of it?