It's Halloween week.
All this week, the Dorchester Times will air the scariest episodes of the classic TV show "The Twilight Zone."
We've selected these episodes of "The Twilight Zone" because we find that these 30-minute programs are wildly creative, spine-tingling tense and yet family friendly. The imagination and quality of these old TV shows far surpass any of the "scary shows" produced today, in our humble opinion.
Tonight's episode is called "Mr. Garrity and the Graves."
It's 1890 and the tiny desert town of Happiness, Arizona, has seen more than its share of murder and death. Townsfolk are joyous and hopeful to see their dearly departed loved ones again after a stranger named Jared Garrity resurrects a dead dog and promises the same for the town cemetery -- for a small payment, of course. Long before zombies were cool, in 1962 "The Twilight Zone" used the living dead to provide a glimpse into the hearts of the living.
Enjoy tonight's episode. But be sure to leave an extra light on.
See the episode by clicking http://www.hulu.com/watch/440850