March 7 1961.

** Spoiler Alert **

SYNOPSIS: In England a banker falls asleep during a church sermon and yet at the very same instant he
appears a half-mile away to confess to a policeman that he has committed a murder. The policeman falls
under suspicion himself because Meredith Roberts has an air-tight alibi: all those witnesses that saw him
sleeping at the chapel at the time of the confession.

COMMENTARY: This is a solid, well-dramatized episode that concerns the failings of human law as
much as it does psychic events. What is justice, after all, but the meting out of a fair and impartial verdict
that goes straight to the truth of any matter in question . . . (?)

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