Another of those not-so-nice episodes, with Rod Serling once again ensuring the bad guy gets his just desserts, no matter how unlikely it is to occur. But then that’s what the Twilight Zone is for.
When Helen Foley meets not one but two strange people on the same day she suddenly becomes in a struggle to remember a part of her past that she has buried deep within her subconscious. A young girl is implying her that she needs to remember something about the man she met, who then comes knocking on her door and prying into her life.
Okay, so if the premise believable? That a man who remembers her but she doesn’t seem to remember him decides he must return to finish off what he started years ago? To me, no, and while Serling does like to write stories where the bad guy gets what he deserves, this one pushes what I’m willing to accept to its limit.
Rating: The ghosts of lifetime past. 2/5