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A serial in five parts by Tony Van den Bergh
Part 3 with Noel Johnson and Peter Pratt
Once George Heathersase had determined to do something he was not a man to be frightened off. But in his search for the reasons behind his brother Jason's suicide he was wrangling with something very unpleasant indeed. as Inspector Powys warned him ...
Produced by BETTY DAVIES
Part 4: Monday, 7.45 p.m.


Unknown: Tony Van
Unknown: Noel Johnson
Unknown: Peter Pratt
Unknown: George Heathersase
Produced By: Betty Davies
The Ghoul: Wilfrid Carter
Nora: Jan Edwards
George Heathersage: Noel Johnson
Sergeant West: Bruce Beeby
Gypsy: Humphrey Morton
Eileen: Carol Mason
Knuckles: John Hollis
Stokes: Brian Haines
Inspector Powys: Peter Pratt
Kauffmann: Malcolm Hayes
O'Brien: David Brierley
Dr Macpherson: Douglas Storm

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BBC Radio 2, 1 August 1968 19.45

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