|Directed by||John Harlow|
|Produced by||R. Murray-Leslie|
|Edited by||Frederick Wilson|
|Music by||Walter Goehr|
|Distributed by||Producers Releasing Corporation (US)|
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A young man is distraught after losing his fiancée to a terminal illness. He soon becomes involved with a group of spiritualists in order to contact her. This leads to a frightening series of events.
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