Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Linda (Elizabeth Sellars) is driven to the breaking point by her no-good husband. One day, he pushes her too far, and she kills him. With remarkable presence of mind, Linda is able to clean up all evidence of her crime and to effectively dispose of the body. But though she may be able to elude the law, Linda remains a prisoner of her own conscience. Setting this one apart from other British crime mellers of the era was the decision to film on location in a remote rural community. A passable timefiller when first released, Guilt is My Shadow ended up a staple of American TV in the 1950s and 1960s.
accident, argument, confession [criminal], conflict, conscience, corpse, death, farming, fugitive, guilt, help, hidden, husband, killing, love, lover, mind, murder, shelter, uncle, wife, youth