Mrs. Francis Turchen, a middle-aged woman, arrives at the police station and tells the homicide sergeant, Stanley Bevelow, that she wants to file a complaint. Her husband Bernard is trying to kill her. He asks her to explain, and Francis says that Bernard keeps telling her that he’s going to kill him. He’s done it in front of witnesses and doesn’t care if anyone hears him. Francis tells Bevelow to call Bernard, because he’ll be glad to admit it. She warns that she’s becoming increasingly distracted by all the different ways that Bernard says he’ll use to kill her, and a bus almost hit her until someone pulled her back at the last moment...Read the full recap
Host: Painting number two in the Night Gallery, addressing itself to the strains and stresses of the married . Having to do with the fact that there is more than one way to kill a cat. And more than one way to dispose of a wife. Our painting is called Stop Killing Me.