EP3369: Crime Photographer: The Twenty Minute Alibi

Stats Cotsworth

A man calls his insurance company to insure his soon-to-be expired life insurance policy is in effect. A shot goes off and the man is found dead. Captain Logan suspects suicide, but Casey insists its murder.
Original Air Date: February 20, 1947

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  1 comment for “EP3369: Crime Photographer: The Twenty Minute Alibi”

  1. John Ruschmeyer
    February 8, 2021 at 11:30 am

    I have to confess that the written description of this episode sounded a bit off to me, specifically that the man called his insurance company to “insure” that his policy was in effect. Although some would argue that this is grammatically correct, the common standard usage would be to say that the man called to *ensure* that his policy was in effect (or to be *assured* of that fact.

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