Experience one of television's greatest science fiction series: The Twilight Zone. This collection of episodes is fully dramatized for audio and features a full cast, music, sound effects, and narration by some of today's biggest celebrities.
"Free Dirt" (starring Eric Bogosian): A penny-pincher carts off free soil from a graveyard in which to grow his own fruits and vegetables - but eventually the free dirt gets him in over his head.
"The Encounter" (starring Stacy Keach and Byron Mann): A down-on-his-luck World War II veteran and a young man with a Japanese-American heritage find themselves in the heat of battle while locked in an attic.
"A World of His Own" (starring Charles Shaughnessy): A playwright has the power to conjure up any person or thing by simply dictating a vivid description into his tape recorder. He also has the power to make them disappear.
"The New Exhibit" (starring JoBe Cerny): An overachieving museum caretaker stores wax dummies of five notorious killers in his basement - then the bodies start to pile up.
"Valley of the Shadow" (starring Chelcie Ross): A reporter comes upon a peaceful village that guards the secret of creating and obliterating matter. Once he learns the secret, it takes another miracle to release him from the responsibility of the knowledge.
"The Mirror" (starring Tony Plana): A revolutionary uses a magic mirror that reflects his "would-be" assassins in order to kill them off - but is the mirror friend or foe?
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I have been a fan for years, and know a lot of the stories that are recorded here.Let me assure you, It will not take away from the enjoyment of listening. I am so absorbed with the stories that cleaning house, working, is not a chore. The stories are recorded as old time radio, so its as if you are hearing actual events with all the sound of eating, drinking, knocking on doors, music ect. My only wish would be to have a longer version.