The Twilight Zone, which is a popular story in the sci-fi culture of America, was incepted back in the 1980s, only to be revived in 2002. The show was created by Rod Sterling, and is accredited for being the show that introduced the country to the concept of science fiction and abstract entertainment. The show, which has been adapted into a film, a comic book, a magazine, and various other spin offs, tells the story of a man named Peter Jenson. He consults a psychoanalyst by the name of Dr. Gillespie, when he keeps seeing a recurring dream, in which he wakes up in Honolulu, shortly before the unforgettable Pearl Harbor attack by the Japanese. Explaining his dream to the doctor, he says that each time he wakes up in 1941, and he is in a hotel room in Honolulu, but the strange part is that he isn’t dreaming, but he is actually sure that it is really happening. The doctor dismisses it as a mental condition, assuring him that time travel does not exist. The series concludes with Jenson being killed in the Pearl Harbor attack, and Gillespie being left disillusioned when he realizes that he didn’t have an appointment with the man, and that he was a martyr in the attacks.