This picture is, in some ways, similar to another reincarnation film made three years before, THE POSSESSION OF JOEL DELANEY. Max Ehrlich's best-seller was adapted by the author for the screen and manages to spend more time on character development than most of these occult stories,
which is a plus. Sarrazin, a bright young professor, realizes he harbors a ghost inside him when his dreams take a strange, bizarre turn. To track down the source of these nightmares he goes to a small New England town where he learns that Kidder (who is wonderful in her role and plays it in two
time frames, then and now) murdered her cheating husband, Stephano, whose spirit now haunts ...