Lights Out Season 3
Lights Out Season 3
First Air Date: August 28, 1950
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3x52 Follow Me (August 20, 1951)
3x51 The Man With the Watch (August 13, 1951)
A New York City detective is investigating the disappearance of over 200 people. Before vanishing into thin air, each person has reported a dream involving a fat man with a bizarre watch who convinces them to join him on his planet of Aleria.
3x50 The Faceless Man (August 06, 1951)
Francis Carvel visits a plastic surgeon to erase a lifetime of ugliness from his face. Now handsome, he returns to the French inn where, a year earlier, an lovely woman had spurned his affection. Complicating Carvel's plans is a new traveling companion, a disfigured man in bandages who knows everything about him.
3x49 The Fingers (July 30, 1951)
3x48 Zero Hour (July 23, 1951)
3x47 THE DEVIL IN GLENCAIRE (July 16, 1951)
Steenie, the best piper in all of Scotland, is about to be evicted if he doesn't pay his owed rent. After selling his pipes to raise the money, a mysterious stranger appears, ready with a deal: it involves Steenie's money, bagpipes--and his immortal soul.
3x46 The Meddlers (July 09, 1951)
Cecil Crofton shows up at the backwoods, hillbilly shack of Purdy with a wild proposition on how the two can split a million dollars. Crofton as figured out that a ton gold that once belonged to the Confederacy is buried locally, in the cellar of a house that had burned down and was rebuilt. Purdy figures rightly that it's the old Larro place, but the abandoned house is cursed by the ghosts of Larro ancestors from the Civil War.
3x45 THE ADAM BEGOT (July 02, 1951)
The car carrying cultured Geoffrey, brutish Claude and eligible Kay swerves off a cliff and into a mysterious valley. Surprised by the weird vegetation and climate, they come to believe they've traveled back in time 50,000 years. An encounter with an unfriendly caveman results in all three being held captive in the wild man's cave.
3x44 The Passage Beyond (June 25, 1951)
The ghost of Lady Anne continues to walk down the stairs, knife in hand, and into the secret passage where she murdered her domineering husband. She vividly demonstrates her disapproval of Rodney's attempt to conduct an affair with a visiting friend of his wife.
3x43 Dead Freight (June 18, 1951)
3x42 Pit of the Dead (June 11, 1951)
3x41 THE MARTIAN EYES (June 04, 1951)
3x40 The Pattern (May 28, 1951)
Al March is tortured by his failure to have stopped the bombing of an Army barracks in 1945 Germany. Awaiting surgery, he tells his sister that the two men and a woman he killed the night before were the same ones who had planted the explosives. Even though they had died in the blast, they had been chasing him for the past six years because he lived and they didn't.
3x39 Cat's Cradle (May 21, 1951)
Former hometown football star George Logan pays an unexpected late night visit on Phyllis and Bob at their country home. Down on his luck, he's obsessed with having never fit in, and holds a grudge against the world. His one talent is weaving a string into a cat's cradle and, he claims, using it to cast spells and murder people who get in his way. A skeptical Bob call it nonsense so an irate George is determined to prove him wrong.
3x38 Dead Man's Coat (May 14, 1951)
By opening the grave of a recently deceased man and putting on his coat, a person will supposedly be granted invisibility. A bitter man with scores to settle decides to put the superstition to the test. He forces his reluctant butler to join him in his scheme of grave-robbing and murder.
3x37 The Lost Will of Dr. Rant (May 07, 1951)
A Boston librarian is drawn into a ghostly web of deceit as he helps a beautiful heiress recover her stolen fortune by finding a missing will written in a rare version of the Talmud.
3x36 Grey Reminder (April 30, 1951)
Charlotte is distressed by the letters addressed tor her new husband that mysteriously appear at their door. Kenneth refuses to discuss their contents, but they clearly disturb him. Fearing he's seeing another woman, Charlotte demands to know who's writing them. She's shocked to find they're from his domineering first wife who seems intent on controlling him even in death.
3x35 THE FONCECILLE CURSE (April 23, 1951)
The heir of the old aristocratic Fonceville family takes his bride to the ancestral castle, where a hereditary madness takes over his dreams, one that tries to induce the murder of his new wife.
3x34 The Witness (April 16, 1951)
3x33 The Crushed Rose (April 09, 1951)
3x32 The Mad Dullaghan (April 02, 1951)
A man finds his missing fiancé in a mental hospital. She believes she's possessed a Dullaghan, a spirit of Irish folklore that jumped to her from her late father when she kissed him farewell at his funeral. The finance investigates and learns that her parent had been a famous ventriloquist and his dummy was named Mr. Dullagham.
3x31 THE POWER OF BRUTE (March 26, 1951)
3x30 Western Night (March 19, 1951)
3x29 Leda's Portrait (March 12, 1951)
3x28 THE MAN WITH ASTRAKHAN HAT (March 05, 1951)
3x27 The Dispossessed (February 26, 1951)
3x26 Strange Legacy (February 19, 1951)
After suffering a concussion in a car accident on the Oregon coast, Stephen Elliott is carried to the home of an old man and his beautiful daughter-in-law to recover. The young woman tells Stephen that her husband, a World War II pilot, had died the year before and left an uncompleted musical composition, a model airplane and a piece of sculpture, as well as a strange will.
3x25 Curtain Call (February 12, 1951)
Off-his-rocker Kruger, a famous actor coming out of retirement for a new play with his daughter (Randel), suddenly is tormented by the ghost of his late, thought-to-be-a-suicide wife. His daughter is a triumph in her first big stage role, but ... can Kruger take the adulation she receives ...
3x24 THE HOUSE OF DUST (AKA) 1962 (February 05, 1951)
3x23 The Masque of the Red Death (January 29, 1951)
3x22 For Release Today (January 22, 1951)
Maggie, the press agent for actor Henry Crawford, is horrified by his lifeless performances during dress rehearsals for his new play. She comments that he seems dead, to which his wife, Elaine, declares that he is. A year earlier, Elaine's ex-fiancé Balsamo had cursed Henry when he stole her away, promising Henry that he'd be through in one year.
3x21 The Bottle Imp (January 15, 1951)
3x20 Bird of Time (January 08, 1951)
3x19 The Haunted Skyscraper (January 01, 1951)
3x18 Jasper (December 25, 1950)
Songwriter Charlie has suffered with writer's block" since he and his wife moved to the country. Betty wants them to sell the house to pay the bills, but Charlie doesn't want to part with the family estate. His late ancestor, Jasper, isn't thrilled with the idea either.
3x17 The Men on the Mountain (December 18, 1950)
3x16 THE MASQUE (December 11, 1950)
3x15 Beware This Woman (December 04, 1950)
A woman experiencing poltergeist activity in her home secures the services of a reluctant, non-believer in the supernatural, scientist to resolve her problem.
3x14 THE MULE MEN (November 27, 1950)
3x13 THE EXPERIMENT (November 20, 1950)
3x12 The Waxwork (November 13, 1950)
3x11 The Half Pint Flask (November 06, 1950)
3x10 The Martian Eyes (October 30, 1950)
An odd professor claims he can spot Martians, who masquerade as humans, using a pair of infrared glasses he wears. Only then can you see the third eyeball in the middle of their forehead. He relates his wild theory to a photographer sitting by him in a bar--and the man believes him. While playing around with infrared film, the photographer says he's snapped a shot of a man with three eyes. The two team up to convince authorities of their find.
3x09 The Skeptics (October 16, 1950)
3x08 The Thing Upstairs (October 16, 1950)
3x07 Just What Happened (October 09, 1950)
A man stands trial for murdering another man by throwing him out a window.