"The Beacon": A doctor stumbles across an isolated town with a secret. "One Life, Furnished in Early Poverty": A troubled writer goes back to his childhood to trace the source of his problems.
Did You Know?
In the short story "One Life, Furnished in Early Poverty", Gus is a collector of memorabilia from his childhood, including pulp magazines. As the apartment is scanned during the opening titles, very prominent is an issue of Startling Stories Vol. 13 #3 from 1946. See more
[for segment "The Beacon"
They say every road goes somewhere, but that isn't so. Roads are just there. It is we who do the moving. They stop where we stop, not caring whether we follow them to our chosen destination, or... into the Twilight Zone.