Craig Lowell prepares to leave home for his daily job as a physics teacher at the local university. His wife Joanna, who is planting green carnations, gives him one for his lapel and tells him that she’ll be taking the visiting Aunt Ada for a ride. As Craig departs, Aunt Ada waves to Joanna from her upstairs bedroom window...Read the full recap
Host: For those of you who've never met me, you might call me the undernourished Alfred Hitchcock. The great British craftsman and I do share something in common. An interest in the oddball. a predilection toward the bizarre. And this place is nothing if it isn't bizarre, by virtue of the paintings you see hanging around me. This item here is called Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay. And Aunt Ada's a most memorable character. You may not like her, but I seriously doubt if you'll ever forget her. Be thankful you've met her only in... the Night Gallery.
Craig Lowell: I think it may be entirely logical that I am going mad.