This article is everybody needs training pdf the television episode. Earl Holliman Twilight Zone 1959. It was first broadcast on October 2, 1959. There is a sixth dimension beyond that which is known to man.
It is a dimension as vast as space, and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, and it lies between the pit of man’s fears, and the sunlight of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area that might be called, The Twilight Zone.
Note: In following first-season episodes, “sixth dimension” in the above narration was changed to “fifth dimension”, “sunlight” was changed to “summit” and ‘It is an area that might be called’ changed to ‘An area which we call’. A man finds himself alone on a dirt road, walking towards a diner. Inside he finds a jukebox playing loudly, and a pot of hot coffee on the stove, but there are no other people. He inquires for some breakfast, but no chef or waitress is to be found. After leaving the diner, he walks to a nearby town called Oakwood.
The town seems deserted, but everywhere the man goes, he seems to find proof that someone had been there recently: food is cooking on a stove, water dripping in a sink, and a cigar is burning in an ashtray. He grows more and more unsettled as he wanders through the empty town, looking for someone—anyone—to talk to, all the while having the strange feeling that he is being watched. He even mistakes a mannequin sitting in the cab of a delivery truck for a live person. The Last Man on Earth, Feb. 1959″, upon noticing it he is upset and leaves. Day turns to night and the man is still alone in the town.