In "A Vision of Death," Ronald Colman stars as a nightclub performer who discovers that his mind-reading act is real.
Jud and his wife, Aurora, were nightclub performers with a successful mind-reading act. Of course, they used a gimmick to communicate with each other onstage, but their presentation was smooth. Things were going well for them, except for Aurora's hostility towards their manager, Harry Arnold.
One night, during their show, Aurora fainted onstage while performing their act without using the gimmick! Somehow, Aurora's telepathy had become real!
Aurora was disturbed by her new voice in her head that gave her information, but she then became terrified when it told her that Harry Arnold was going to kill her!
"A Vision of Death" was written for Suspense by Jeffrey Hausner and adapted by Walter Brown Newman. Elliott Lewis produced and directed. Ronald Colman starred. Also appearing were Cathy Lewis, Lawrence Dobkin, Florida Edwards, Joseph Kearns, and Charles Calvert. This episode aired on March 8, 1951.