Katey Summer's sleepwalking has become so bad of late that her writer father Dan has had to have a gate installed on the staircase. Despite the precaution however, the young girl's night time wanderings continue and she begins to be troubled by strange and lucid nightmares: standing high upon a library gallery in a old fashioned room, Katey dreams of an elderly man performing a bizarre ritual over a bible. As he kisses his fingers and appears to bless the book, he intones greedily 'I'm rich - a fortune that no-one suspects!' A few nights later, she once again dreams of the old man and watches horrified as he is murdered by a younger man in 19th century costume. Katey comes to believe that she has dreamt of an actual murder and that the key to solving it lays in the symbolism of the dream itself. And when the young man actually turns up on her doorstep and claims to be having the same dream, she becomes convinced that they have together experienced a psychic precognition of death. Unfortunately, Katey cannot guess at the frightening truth of the matter, and that she herself is in mortal danger.
WRITTEN BY: Brian Clemens
DIRECTED BY: Alan Gibson
PRODUCED BY: Ian Fordyce
MAIN CAST: Darleen Carr (Katey Summers), Robert Beatty (Dan Summers), Michael Kitchen (Ian), Ian Redford (Barnstaple), Basil Lord (Parsons), Elaine Donnelly (Esme), Eileen Peel (Suzy), Harry Webster (Hopcroft), John Challis (Peter), Desmond Jordan (Telson), Jane Williams (Louise), George Herbert (Pearson)