"Moment of Hate"
October 25 1960.

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SYNOPSIS: A tortured dress designer with a terrible temper confesses her darkest secret to her doctor:
she can wish people dead -- and they promptly die. Recently, both Karen Wadsworth's up-and-coming
assistant and her boss have died from spontaneous cerebral aneurysms after she wished them dead. But
the power to kill with a thought can also be turned inward . . .

COMMENTARY: "How complex is the human mind (?)" That central question about psychic abilities is
confronted in a grueling face-to-face verbal ballet between one viewpoint, representing the believer (Karen),
and another, representing a skeptical scientific perspective (the doctor) . . .

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