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Question: With comedy/horror genre film maker Jordan Peele its producer, TV’s ageless “The Twilight Zone” has returned to TV (CBS All Access) in yet another incarnation, with many of its newest episodes loosely patterned after remakes of Rod Serling’s 1960s originals, including one that’s mirrored after an episode entitled “The Living Doll.” Do you know its Central Illinois tie?

Answer: One of The Twilight Zone's most famous episodes, “The Living Doll” is about a doll that comes to life and talks to her childhood keeper and friend. It was originally written by Jerry Sohl, a feature writer at this newspaper in the late 1950s who loved to also write sci-fi and moved to Southern California to pursue a career writing “Star Trek” and “Twilight Zone” episodes.

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