Convicted of killing a gray headed woman, and her simpleton son, John is sent to prison. With ten years into a life sentence, and with nothing to lose, he takes part in a jail break. On a stormy night, on a lonely country road, a young couple stop when their car has trouble.
The old roadside inn looks deserted, but George and his wife Find a strange woman who lets them come in. The creepy, dark inn doesn’t seem to have any lights… or rooms… and their car seems to have disappeared. Is it going to be worth it to stay in the dusty inn for free?
Later, another car arrives, with John. When he sees the woman with her simple son, heads covered in blood, their spooky demeanor strikes the fear that is intended. What retribution do the ghostly figures demand? When the cops arrive, will George and Joan be able to explain the body? What about the presence of the strange woman?
Do such seemingly supernatural happenings have any natural explanation? The Whistler shares the reality behind the strange events, and the justice that came of it.
- Keith compares the method of the spooky voice narrator style to a few other popular shows from the same general era.
- Helen O’Connell & Bob Eberly – If You Build A Better Mousetrap 1942