Millicent Hardy returns to the home that she shares with her twin sister, Marion, who runs a dance studio upstairs while Millicent runs the antique store downstairs. As she unlocks the door, Millicent notices that the mail and milk haven’t been picked up in several days. Going inside, Millicent discovers that the house is a mess and the cat hasn’t been fed. As she checks the house, Millicent hears music and the sound of tap shoes from the studio. Going upstairs, she finds her sister Marion... hanging by her neck from the rafters...Read the full recap
Host: Good evening, and a cordial welcome. For you aficionados of the arts, we offer you paintings that run the gamut of the human experiences - and a few of the inhuman experiences. Our paintings are in oils, watercolor, acrylic, charcoal, and occasionally formaldehyde. Case in point, this painting here. It's called Spectre In Tap-Shoes, having to do with the nearly lost art of tap-dancing. Said terpsichorean pursuit taking on an intriguing dimension when the dancer happens to be a ghost, as is so often the case and the sort of thing that you view in the Night Gallery.
William Jason: Possibly in another house, you could be free of your sister's memory.
Millicent Hardy: Twins are never free of each other.