Suspense's "Death of Me" tells a story of murder and betrayal in a remote logging camp.
Harry Sawyer is a war veteran troubled by irrational fears. So, he decides to ease his mind by leaving the city and taking a job with a lumber company in a small town. His wife, Sal, isn't pleased about the change, but Harry insists that she come with him. He doesn't want to be alone.
Lovely Sal immediately catches the eye of Harry's new boss, Mr. Bixbee, and Harry quickly suspects trouble. Not long afterwards, a coworker is killed while helping Harry with his work. Harry knows that the "accident" was intended for him, but what should he do about it?
"Death of Me" was written by Richard Chandlee and produced/directed by Elliott Lewis. George Murphy starred as Harry Sawyer. Charlotte Lawrence, playing the kind of role she did best, played Sal. Also appearing were William Conrad, Joseph Kearns, Irene Tedrow, and Herbert Butterfield. This episode aired on May 26, 1952.
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