Audio is a little muffled, but generally good. It also seems to be from a later season than the date on the show, as it mentions the date of November 15, 1950 in it. Sam seems to dictate the notice of his own death.
His undertaker client is distraught over being followed by a stranger. A confrontation with the man wins Sam a thump on the head, but the client is safe for now. .
Doing research at city hall, Sam learns about details of the family, and the undertaker. Has Sam found reason to quit the job, and leave Mr Swan looking for help elsewhere? Things heat up, and an attack on his person ensures that Sam has an interest in staying on the case.
Newspapers soon carry stories of the scuffle, and that Sam died in the mix. Should he be concerned, or roll with it and use it to his advantage? Taking in the mournful scene at his own funeral, Sam studies those who will miss him. He learns how he survived, and the switch that benefited himself, and hhis client as well.