Cast & Crew
Anna, who strongly resembles Countess Irene who was murdered 20 years before, is tormented by nightmares in which she reenacts the brutal killing. In an effort to help her, Dr. Darnell, her father, takes Anna to the castle where the crime was committed. There she meets George Dickson, a journalist who has become interested in the case since the recent murder of two young women. Dickson learns that two people have motives for victimizing Anna: Erbart, a mysterious Hindu nobleman who was engaged to Irene and wants to find her body; and Countess Elizabeth, Irene's cousin who is seeking Irene's fortune in jewels. As Anna's lapses into unconsciousness increase, she finds herself wandering through a torture chamber in the cellar and encounters Irene's former butler--a horribly disfigured man who believes Anna to be the dead countess. Assisted by Erbart, George rescues Anna and solves the murder of the other women.
Opened in Rome in May 1963 as Metempsyco. Some U. S. sources credit William Grace as director. Anthony Kristye is also known as Antonio Boccacci, Johnny Seemonell as Giovanni Simonelli, Thony Maky as Adriano Micantoni, Mark Marian as Marco Mariani, and Elizabeth Queen as Flora Caroselli.