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Home Is Where the Ghost Is
In the midst of aiding a colleague in his desire to abandon his post, a scientist is haunted by the ghost of his dead wife.
Air Dates:
First Run - November 13, 1975
Repeat - April 11, 1976
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4 Responses to Episode 0378

I had a little trouble at the beginning comprehending who was who and what was happening but I seemed to catch on before much of the program went by. Still, parts of this did not make sense to me. I'm sure it would be in clearer focus if I listened again. A scientist's wife has recently died. She visits him in ghost form within weeks of her death and delivers a warning. Meanwhile, this same man is to attend a local conference featuring scientists from around the world. One of them is a friend of his from an East Bloc country that has somehow communicated to him a desire to defect. The scientist has been recruited to ensure that the defection goes smoothly. This episode is not without twists and turns.

A scientist is haunted by the spirit of his wife while trying to help a fellow scientist defect.

A scientist believes he has seen his wife who recently passed away. She warns him against a foreign colleague who is arranging a defection in which the two are involved. Great episode in the supernatural genre.

This was a fairly good supernatural tale, but I do have to agree with Adrianne that the beginning was a little muddled but eventually things made sense.

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