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I'd Give Everything I Have for You

It had finally stopped raining when Jack Bishop reached the little used pier. He wanted to sit down, but he couldn’t. He had to get to the end, to where Billy and he used to fish when his son was little. 328 more words

Short Story

Seconds (1966)

“The years I’ve spent trying to get all the things I was told were important – that I was supposed to want. Things! Not people, or meaning, just things.” 528 more words


Time Enough At Last

There’s a scene I’ve seen parodied more than once: following some disaster, only one man is left on earth. Faced with the prospect of a life alone, he finds a pistol and thinks about suicide. 393 more words

Henry Bevis

A Twilight Zone-less Tower of Terror

Out of pure fun, I’ve decided to finally tackling something I’ve always wanted to tackle and that was to design the Tower of Terror but without any references to the Twilight Zone. 1,372 more words

Submitted for your approval: Rod Serling, human

The other day I stumbled on an old “American Masters” documentary about Rod Serling, the TV writer and “Twilight Zone” creator. I’d read a biography of Serling many years ago, and watched his drama “Patterns” on… 475 more words


Beyond that which is known to man...

The Twilight Zone episode Nightmare at 20,000 Feet is one I felt I knew really well, except I don’t know that I’d ever watched it all — I’d seen clips and I’d seen George Miller’s reworking of it in TWILIGHT ZONE: THE MOVIE, but had I actually watched the whole thing? 741 more words


From Cupito to Brittany ...

From Cupito to Brittany

The American actress Morgan Brittany was born Suzanne Cupito on December 5, 1951.

Suzanne Cupito was among the busiest child actresses in the business in the 1950s and 1960s. 132 more words