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Set to the music of British composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and featuring almost no dialog (the production notes claim only 65 spoken words while trade magazine Variety critics counted nearly 100), Richard Horian's fantasy tells the uneventful tale of the ghost of a mid-19th-century woman who returns to see family and friends on the 10th anniversary of her death. The late Sarah McConaghy (Deni Delory) has been returning every year since her interment, and her presence, while not unfriendly, does unsettle her loved ones, particularly her husband (Horian) and her parents (Lynn Britt and Richard Heath). Other residents find encounters with Sarah unnerving. Flashbacks occasionally punctuate the restless young woman's wanderings. Eventually, the townsfolk, anxious to lay Sarah's spirit to rest, gather around her grave to pray her back to eternal sleep.