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Publisher's Summary

A powerful businesswoman reluctantly agrees to wear an experimental hearing aid when she begins to lose her hearing. With the aid of the hearing device, she believes she can now hear other people's thoughts - and fears her husband is plotting to kill her.

©1961 Rod Serling (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Good one

I liked it,...much better than I had expected. The ending, which had an element of surprise! is quite interesting.Still, a better than average episode. The way author showcased the characters in the book are to be appreciated

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Wonderful Episode

Hearing Aid changes the life of a CEO physically and in other more far reaching ways. Someone like Stephen King or another great suspense writer could add wonders to this tale.

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In the early '60s B&W TV, loved it every week. Mmm

As a little guy I loved radio drama. I Rod Serling's "Twilight Zone" had the best writing, but "One Step Beyond,"& Sci Fiction Theater,"all over smooth transitions from the radio, and to the new center in the family living room B&W TV.
All stage plays on a 24inch screen.

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Good story, slow pace.

The story is quite interesting - very "Twilight Zone", Would have liked it a bit more if the pace hadn't been so slow. May be in part due to Dee Wallace's slow deliberate way of speaking. Still, a better than average episode.

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better than expected

I liked it,...much better than I had expected. The plot was good and had direction ; I anticipated the ending, which had an element of surprise!