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Alfred Hitchcock Presents
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Stephen Hurstwood and Saunders, a friend, maneuver a meeting with wealthy Howard Latimer so they can recoup their own betting losses in a poker game. Latimer, interested in Old English homes, learns that Stephen owns Hurstwood Manor. Stephen talks Latimer into spending the night at the Manor to test the theory that the famous ghost appears only to outsiders. The bet is two thousand pounds that Latimer will not stay the entire night. At bedtime, Latimer is given one candle, one match, an automatic pistol, and a copy of the book detailing the ghost's story. This tale goes that two sisters, alone in the Manor, were found the next ...

  • Runtime: 25 min
  • Quality: HD
  • Studio: Chiller
  • Amazon rating: 4.5

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