Audio is good, only a tiny bit of static.
Have you ever killed anyone? Ernest Chapel just has to ask. Murders often don’t look like killers, and his tale tonight deals with the ordinary. How does a common, ordinary camera tie in with murder? A waitress in the diner is upset when her fiancee borrowed $200 from her and took off. Is there a link in the cash to Earnest?
On another day, Ernest returns to the diner, and ends up on a date, taking the waitress to the water front. Should he tell her that her boyfriend is dead? How could he possibly tell her it was he who killed her fiancee? At the camera obscure on the dock, a man is seen… is that Phil??? The dead boyfriend?
The photo seems to show a man. Can it be? Is he walking closer? When the girl begins to realize what Ernest did, how will he handle it? Will there be two bodies at the bottom of the peer?
What was it that tripped Ernest in the dark? A piece of wet seaweed, just like the seaweed that grows at the end of the peer, where Phil is tied down to an anchor at the bottom of the piling. The sightings of Phil continue. Spooky coincidence, or guilty conscience? Justice has its creepy way of bringing a fair balance to the universe.