|Journey to the Unknown
|Country of origin
|Hammer Film Productions
|15 June 1970
Journey to the Unknown is a 1970 British-American made-for-television thriller film featuring two episodes derived from the 1968–1969 anthology television series of the same name starring Vera Miles and Patty Duke, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg and Don Chaffey. The film contains the following episodes:
Joan Crawford is featured as hostess in a dark library setting who provides a short narration and introduces the two episodes.
June Wiley is a criminologist doing research on a dead 1920s mad serial killer named Andros Matakitas who finds herself alone and trapped inside a deserted library where, 41 years earlier, he killed the librarian.
A young woman on holiday at a seaside resort hotel is stalked by a mysterious prowler which Mrs. Walker (Kay Walsh), the proprietress of the resort, informs her is her estranged, psychotic husband.