"Millicent Barnes, aged 25. A young woman waiting for a bus on a  rainy November night. Not a very imaginative type is Miss Barnes, not  given to undue anxiety or fears or, for that matter, even the most  temporal flights of fancy. Like most young career woman, she has a  generic classification as a, quote, "girl with a head on her shoulders,"  end of quote; all of which is mentioned now because in just a  moment, the head on Miss Barnes’ shoulders will be put to a test. Circumstances will assault her sense of reality and a chain of  nightmares will put her sanity on a block.
Millicent Barnes, who in one  minute will wonder if she is going mad.”
-Rod Serling, “Mirror Image”, The Twilight Zone (1960) 

"Millicent Barnes, aged 25. A young woman waiting for a bus on a rainy November night. Not a very imaginative type is Miss Barnes, not given to undue anxiety or fears or, for that matter, even the most temporal flights of fancy. Like most young career woman, she has a generic classification as a, quote, "girl with a head on her shoulders," end of quote; all of which is mentioned now because in just a moment, the head on Miss Barnes’ shoulders will be put to a test.¬†Circumstances will assault her sense of reality and a chain of nightmares will put her sanity on a block.

Millicent Barnes, who in one minute will wonder if she is going mad.”

-Rod Serling, “Mirror Image”, The Twilight Zone (1960)¬†