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-- Posted by LizMA on 10:55 pm on Sep. 6, 2009

     There was a show that aired in the 80's (mid to late) that was like the Twilight Zone -- sci-fi type stories/episodes/vignettes.  
        At least, I THINK it was one of those type shows.  I only remember one episode -- in detail -- and it is this episode that I am looking for in particular (the name of it and from what show).   The episode featured a little girl that could see other people's deaths in her bedroom mirror.  And everyone thought she was evil because she would TELL them to be careful around so and so, doing so and so after she saw her visions; they musta thought she was MAKING people die.  
    Someone died with their head in the oven when the gas exploded (her mom?), someone died after her scarf got caught in the door and she choked to death, and the last image was of HER dying by drowning (her sister was planning on killing her after their mom died).  SOMETHING like that.
 I could've SWORN it was The Twilight Zone ('85 series), but after reading the titles and episode summaries on IMDB, I'm doubtful.  I checked the Ray Bradbury show from the 80's; it wasn't that show Friday the 13th.

   It's been bothering me for WEEKS, and I can't seem to find any info on it.  


-- Posted by 87grad on 3:12 pm on July 30, 2011

This was a Tales From The Darkside episode. I always liked that show. The name of the episode was I Can't Help Saying Goodbye.


-- Posted by LizMA on 10:22 am on Aug. 25, 2011

That's it!!   Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!  Such a small, trivial bit of information has assuaged such stress.   YEARS of intermittent FRANTIC searching, like a MAD woman.  You are my HERO.  :D


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