Sunday, August 12

The Twilight Zone's Rod Serling On Ideas And Where They Come From

The Twilight Zone's Rod Serling On Ideas And Where They Come From
Rod Serling

When I was a kid I loved Twilight Zone reruns. There was something about Rod Serling's introduction that sent thrills and chills through me. And that voice!

Brain Pickings has discovered a clip of Searling talking about ideas, what they are and where they come from. It's only a minute long and well worth watching, if only to hear that voice again.

Here's the link: Twilight Zone Creator Rod Serling on Where Good Ideas Come From.

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  1. I was visiting my grandparents in Elmira. We were at the Chemung County Airport when my grandmother pointed to a man in a wheelchair and told my brother and me to go over and ask him for his autograph. My parents quickly bought us each a paperback copy of Spy vs. Spy (because that was the first thing we could get our hands on) and Rod Serling signed our books.

    I wonder if these may have been some of his last autographs. Unfortunately I can't find them anywhere.

    1. That's a great story! It would have been cool to have his autograph, but at least you have the memory. :)

      Thanks for sharing it.


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