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Radio warnings of attacking UFOs turn neighbors into a mobthat jealously fight for the only bomb shelter on their block.

©1960 Rod Serling (P)2013 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Andrew Scott McClanahan
  • 12-07-18

People Under Pressure

A classic story of fear in the nuclear and information age. Regular people turn to animals when faced with survival, but only defined in the mind by media. Seem archaic or a haunting warning from the past even more applicable today.

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  • Mike T.
  • 04-06-16

Vintage Twilight Zone.

This episode packed quite a punch when it was aired in 1961. The Cold War was very real and the threat of "The Bomb" was very much in peoples minds.

Adapted to radio/audio it still works very well. A great episode!

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  • eleisha
  • 27-05-18

classic twilight zone

Good story I would definitely recommend. gives an example of "your friends " true selves. at the end of the day... do you really have friends