In "The Man Who Murders People," a woman on a commuter train becomes suspicious of the strange gentleman sitting next to her.
As the episode opens, Kay Murray runs to catch a commuter train. On board, she tries to relax and read the newspaper, but she is bothered by the gruesome description of the Roseville murderer's latest crime. However, the man sitting next to her is fascinated by the crime! He wants to discuss every detail with her...but Kay wants him to go away. She lives in Roseville and is scared to be out at night.
Another man on the train comes to her aid and gets rid of him. Now, her nerves feel better and the whole thing seems silly.
Still, she lives in Roseville and is worried about what will happen when she gets off the train...
"The Man Who Murders People" was written by Marianna Norris and produced/directed by Paul Roberts. Vivian Smolen played Kay Murray, George Petrie played Mr. Jenkins, Alan Manson played Bill Mackenzie, and Maurice Tarplin played the conductor. This episode aired on November 13, 1960.
(Image of George Petrie)