Present at the Creation: The Twilight Zone Submitted for your approval: From 1959-64, Rod Serling used The Twilight Zone's eerie stories as a way to scare television audiences -- and get them to think about the social issues of the day. On Morning Edition, NPR's Lynn Neary enters the Zone in the latest segment of the Present at the Creation series.
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Present at the Creation: The Twilight Zone

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Present at the Creation: The Twilight Zone

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Submitted for your approval: From 1959-64, Rod Serling used The Twilight Zone's eerie stories as a way to scare television audiences — and get them to think about the social issues of the day. On Morning Edition, NPR's Lynn Neary enters the Zone in the latest segment of the Present at the Creation series.

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