With the death of his uncle, Charles Sand (Peter Haskell) inherits the family legacy, a psychic ability known as The Sight. Guided by visions of the past and future, Sand aids a disturbed young woman (Sharon Farrell) who claims her brother's been murdered, while her worried sister (Barbara Rush) insists he's alive and fears for the poor woman's sanity.
A feature-length pilot for a proposed TV series, The Eyes of Charles Sand aired on ABC-TV on February 29, 1972, and was cowritten by Henry Farrell, author of the novel which was the basis for the Grand Guignol shocker What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
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