Scotland Yard Inspector Geoffrey James (Henry Wilcoxon) comes to the United States looking for a band of international gem-thieves who have smuggled a rich load of jewels from England to America via a trans-ocean airline. Mary Hogan (Mary Brian), an airline hostess, aids him in his quest.
The story revolves around Adam, a businessman and married, whom everyone around him accuses of being a criminal, gang leader or terrorist, while he says he helps the police arrest them. So, is Adam really innocent or is there a mysterious side unknown to him?
A severally mentally ill teenage boy is plagued by horrid dreams in the night and is treated as an outcast during the day. He quietly stalks students at his high school and begins an obsession with a young girl. When his nightmares begin to feel more real, the lines of reality and fiction are blurred, making the world a much more terrifying place for the boy.
On board a yacht sailing from India to Britain, the owner of the vessel is murdered by one of the passengers. (This film was produced both in full sound and silent versions, the latter for theaters that had not yet been wired for sound.)