The Veil was a horror/suspense anthology series produced in 1958 by Hal Roach Studios and never broadcast due to troubles within the studio. Boris Karloff hosted and acted in each episode that was allegedly based on real-life reports of supernatural happenings and the unexplained. While on a boat trip to Paris, a man has a vision in which he sees his brother murdered. He returns to England to discover that his brother has been kill...Read More
The Veil: The Complete Series
A man rescues a woman stranded on the side of the road and they get a drink together. When the bartender calls "Morgan Debs," the woman panics and runs away leaving the man with a mysterious explanation.
A sea captain is in love with another woman and begins to plot his wife's murder.
A family won't allow a young doctor to operate on their daughter without the help of the mysterious "senior" doctor.
A girl leaves her lover to marry his boss and leaves him with a crystal ball, which shows scenes of her with other men.
The two sons of a dying farmer quarrel over the old man's will. A message from beyond the grave points the elder son to the story of Esau and Jacob in the book of Genesis.
A pilot flies a plane while in a trance, only to be saved by the copilot before the plane crashes.
A man calls the police after witnessing a robbery in the apartment across the street from his, but the apartment is vacant.
One year and ten days after Madame Vernoy dies in a small town in India, leave a husband and newborn son behind, a girl is born who remembers her pervious life as Madame Vernoy.
Through dreams and visions, a clairvoyant sees multiple murders but becomes a suspect in the police's eyes.