Bodies of Evidence (The Outer Limits)
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|"Bodies of Evidence"|
|The Outer Limits episode|
|Episode no.||Season 3
|Directed by||Melvin Van Peebles|
|Written by||Chris Dickie|
|Original air date||20 June 1997|
"Bodies of Evidence" is an episode of The Outer Limits. It first aired on 20 June 1997, during the third season.
The crew of the space station Meridian begin to see visions of loved ones or enemies that lure them to their deaths.
|“||The search for truth is a uniquely human process, a quest guided by our perception of an event. But what happens to the truth when what we see and what we think we see... are two very different things?||”|
After three crewmembers die, the remaining two (including Captain Clark) escape to Earth, where Clark is accused of murdering his crew. Dysart, his ex-wife, defends him by suggesting that the crew was driven insane by an experimental chemical, Soroxin.
|“||Some say that the truth is only what we persuade others to believe. If so, we should be wary... for truth is easily and often hidden by the arguments of those who are false.||”|