Mrs. Stevenson is lying on her bed trying to call her husband, who was working late. When the operator dials his number, she hears two men plotting to murder a lady that lives near a bridge.
Hello? Hello? Hello?
Mrs. Stevenson starts to worry, so she asks about the creepy call to the operator. The operator then calls the same number again, but the line was busy. Mrs. Stevenson then starts to get frustrated.
After that, Mrs. Stevenson calls the police department, hoping that they would trace the call. She gets impatient and annoyed at the police department quickly, because they are not really taking her seriously.
Sorry, wrong number.
As Mrs. Stevenson wimpers, the phone starts to ring, but this time no one answers when she said "hello." The phone keeps on ringing, but no one on the other line answers. Because of this, Mrs. Stevenson starts to panick again. Next, she gets a telegram for her husband saying he had to leave for Boston tonight because of urgent business. Mrs. Stevenson does not like this because she hates being alone, especially with her being sick.
When Mrs. Stevenson calls the hospital asking for someone to watch her, she suddenly hears a click as though someone had lifted the reciever off the hook of the extention phone downstairs. She soon realizes that someone is downstairs in her kitchen and is listening to her call. Mrs. Stevenson thengets scared, so she calls the police department. The person sets down the phone and then starts climbing up the stairs to her bedroom.
Sadly, the police did not get to Mrs. Stevenson in time. She sreamed and slowly got killed by the murder (George). When the police department finally picked up, George said, "Sorry, wrong number," and then hung up.