Polly and Jonathan move into her father's house in the country, a move which begins badly when Jonathan accidentally frees two burglars. Polly attends a parish council meeting where they learn that local lottery winner and community benefactor Leonard Corbyn has been arrested for indecent offences and later Jonathan visits grumpy old psychic Eric Ipswich who has a stroke and is hospitalized. Whilst helping Polly's friend Alison Chater and her vicar husband, the Creeks are amazed to find Corbyn's winning lottery numbers written on a wall by Ipswich some half a century earlier. As Polly starts to have nightmares about childhood bogey-man the Sandman, the parish magazine declares sightings of a sinister nocturnal beast on the prowl.
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At 19:40 Jonathan refers to "Ten Rillington Place" which is a 1971 British crime drama based on the novel of the same name. See more