The house at this location was where Rod Serling spent the early years of his life. Unfortunately, in 1941, the family went through some hard times and was forced to move into an apartment on Chapin Street. Nevertheless, Seling felt a great connection to his hometown in Binghamton, New York, and returned to the neighborhood on numerous occasions as an adult—much as one of his creations did in "Walking Distance".
In popular cultureEdit
The Bennett address was used by Serling in his other notable series, Night Gallery, featured repeatedly in the episode, "They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar". This episode would later be nominated for an Emmy award.
In the X-files "4-D", the character Monica Reyes moves into a new apartment at 67 Bennett Avenue in Georgetown.
Notes and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ Clive Banks. "X-Files Episode Guide: 4-D." The Science Fiction and Telefantasy Databanks. Update: 2009-05-11. Retrieved: 2009-05-11.
- M. Boedicker. "Binghamton." Danville Public Library. Update: 2007-03-13. Retrieved: 2009-05-11.