In Suspense's cautionary tale "Pretty Girl" we learn what can happen when a girl plays games with the wrong guy. In "The Twelfth Rose" we learn what can happen when a guy makes a fool of the wrong girl.
This is a story about murder, revenge, and floristry in New York City. The episode begins when the police are called to investigate the murder of a young woman. The victim was strangled by floral wire taken from a bouquet of roses. The murderer was probably her date, the man who brought her the flowers, but no one saw him. The police think that the one person who could identify him would be the florist who sold him the roses. Now they have to find that florist before the killer strikes again.
"The Twelfth Rose" was written by Charles B. Smith. Miss Craig was played by radio and television actress Paula Winslowe. Also featured were Stacy Harris, Virginia Gregg, Don Diamond, Eleanor Tanin, Herbert Ellis, Miriam Wolfe and Jack Carroll. This episode aired June 5, 1956.
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