|Title||:||case of nerves|
|Plot||:||+ "A Case Of Nerves". Sponsored by: Auto-Lite. Edward G. is featured in a typical role about an evil little man, his invalid wife, and temptation. This is a network, sponsored version of cat. #9297. The story was subsequently produced on "Suspense" on April 24, 1956. + Robert Baker took the train to Toledo where he took a room and asked the landlady to call the doctor to see him. He told Dr Martin that he was called Wentworth and was suffering from neuralgia. The doctor prescribed him with some morphine tablets, which he paid for and then saved. He stayed the night and then the next morning with his prescription morphine tablets he took the train back to Cleveland to the hospital where he planned to kill his wife Louise with the little white tablets… + Albert Baker posing as James Wentworth fooled a young doctor Dr Martin in to believing he was suffering from neuralgia so that he could get some morphine pills. He then went to visit his sick wife in hospital and slipped them in to her milk knowing that he was slowly killing her. However when the young Dr Martin turns up at the hospital Baker fears that his plot will be unconvered.|
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