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by - written on 24/05/11 (Very useful, 83 readings)
A Twilight Zone audio adaption from 2010, this time Stopover in a Quiet Town. Stopover in a Quiet Town was originally broadcast as part of the final series of the classic sixties black and white Twilight Zone and written by Earl Hamner. Hamner was, alongside Charles Beaumont and Richard Matheson, one of the most notable contributors to the series aside from Rod Serling and later went on to be best known for his work on The Waltons. I love The Waltons!, but I digress. Although Hamner was one of the more whimsical writers on the show, Stopover in a Quiet Town is probably one of the creepiest of all the Twilight Zone episodes and might even make my top ten list. The ... Read the complete review
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