Ghost Story

Ghost Story

Ghost Story is an American television horror anthology series that aired for one season from 1972 to 1973. Executive-produced by William Castle, the show featured supernatural entities such as ghosts, vampires, and witches. Its format and tone drew comparisons to NBC's Night Gallery and ABC's The Sixth Sense.

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Ghost Story
  • Pilot: The New House

    A young couple (David Birney and Barbara Parkins) purchase a house that is standing on a site where an innocent woman (Caitlin Wyles) was unjustly hanged. The woman's spirit eventually takes over the family's newborn daughter.

  • The Dead We Leave Behind

    A forest ranger (Jason Robards) and his wife (Stella Stevens) have a television that can predict the future, including the wife's accidental death.

  • The Concrete Captain

    The spirit of a dead sea captain buried in concrete on the seashore haunts two tourists (Gena Rowlands, Stuart Whitman).

  • At The Cradle Foot

    A father (James Franciscus) learns that changing events because he dreams that his daughter is murdered twenty years later makes things even worse.

  • Bad Connection

    A young widow (Karen Black) receives warnings from her dead husband over the telephone.

  • The Summer House

    A woman (Carolyn Jones) is trapped in a strange world between reality and nightmare—a vacation home possessed of its own malevolent personality.

  • Alter Ego

    Robert, a bored, ill boy stuck in a wheelchair, creates his own double. Robert soon loses control of the evil doppelgänger, who grows stronger as Robert grows weaker. Helen Hayes guest stars.

  • Half a Death

    Christina (Pamela Franklin) is a young woman distressed to learn of the death of her twin sister Lisa, whose spirit begins to haunt Christina.

  • House of Evil

    A deaf-mute girl (Jodie Foster) has telekinetic powers along with her evil grandfather (Melvyn Douglas), who uses the child as a pawn in his quest for revenge against his family.

  • Cry of the Cat

    Rodeo cowboy Dan Hollis (Doug McClure) is delighted about his new marriage to the beautiful Mariah (Lauri Peters). When a cougar brutally attacks a bull that had thrown and trampled Dan in the arena, Dan's stallion, and his former girlfriend, the other cowboys suspect that the legendary cat "Big ...

  • Elegy for a Vampire

    A college professor (Hal Linden) becomes a vampire and preys on his female students.

  • Touch of Madness

    A young woman (Lynn Loring) inherits a house after her mother dies in a mental institution. Her aunt (Geraldine Page) and uncle (Rip Torn) welcome her warmly, but neither they nor the house are what they seem.

  • Creature of the Canyon

    A woman (Angie Dickinson) is troubled by a dog which turns vicious after its master dies.

  • Time of Terror

    Ellen (Patricia Neal) wakes up alone in a hotel room with no sign of her husband, Harry. She learns at the front desk that he has checked out without her, and further inquiries lead her to a man (Craig Stevens) who helps her discover what really happened to Harry.

  • Death's Head

    Carol (Janet Leigh), the wife of a lawyer and devout entomologist (Gene Nelson), dislikes insects and has eyes for her husband's partner (Rory Calhoun). She is susceptible when she meets a gypsy with a potion to offer, and after her husband's "heart attack" she figures to take up with the lawyer ...

  • Dark Vengeance

    A construction worker (Martin Sheen) unearths a curious box, takes it home and opens it. His wife (Kim Darby) begins to be terrorized by the object it contains: a toy wooden horse that grows into something more. (The title of the series was changed to “Circle of Fear” from the 14th to last episode.)

  • Earth, Air, Fire and Water

    Six young artists (One of them played by Tyne Daly) discover ancient, mysterious bottles in a warehouse which wield an abnormal influence over them. (The title of the series was changed to “Circle of Fear” from the 14th to last episode.)

  • Doorway to Death

    When a family moves into a new apartment in San Francisco, young Robert (Leif Garrett) starts exploring and discovers an empty apartment upstairs. He opens a door that leads to a cabin in the woods, and sees a wood-chopping man who beckons to him. Robert brings his younger sister (Dawn Lyn) to me...

  • Legion of Demons

    A young secretary (Shirley Knight) from a small town joins her more experienced friend in the city only to be baffled by the office's witch-like happenings. (The title of the series was changed to “Circle of Fear” from the 14th to last episode.)

  • The Graveyard Shift

    The unborn child of a couple (John Astin, Patty Duke) appears to be threatened by ghosts from an old horror picture studio. (The title of the series was changed to “Circle of Fear” from the 14th to last episode.)

  • Spare Parts

    A transplant specialist (Don Knight) dies prematurely but donates his eyes, hands, and voice to three patients, all of whom suddenly take on his characteristics and seek vengeance on his widow (Susan Oliver), who he believes murdered him. (The title of the series was changed to “Circle of Fear” f...

  • The Ghost of Potter's Field

    A magazine journalist (Tab Hunter) is almost destroyed by his doppelgänger until he finds out the true identity of a hit man (Darwin Joston) buried in a potter's field. (The title of the series was changed to “Circle of Fear” from the 14th to last episode.)

  • The Phantom of Herald Square

    Holly (Sheila Larken) is charmed by James (David Soul) and begins seeing him, but as soon as she does, she finds herself terrorized by an old man (Victor Jory). As her relationship with James grows, she is surprised to discover the connection between James and the old man. (The title of the serie...