In "Witness to Murder," a woman believes her husband is convincing everyone around her that she is losing her mind.
As the episode opens, a ship is about to sail from France, and Mrs. Louise Meredith is unhappy that she has no other way to return to America. Three months earlier, she traveled alone to France on the same ship and had a nervous breakdown midway through the voyage. Having to come back and face the same people is humiliating for her.
Now, however, Louise is traveling with her husband, Larry. Everything seems fine, but shortly after their voyage begins, Larry starts asking her to control her odd behaviours.
Jane knows there isn't anything wrong with her, but can she convince anyone on board that Larry is the real trouble?
"Witness to Murder" was written by Frances Rickett and produced/directed by Bruno Zirato, Jr.. Joan Lorring and Leon Janney starred. Also appearing were Ronald Dawson, Bob Dryden, Mercer McCloud, and Guy Repp. This episode aired on October 22, 1961.
(Image of Joan Lorring.)