Twelve episodes were shot at the Hal Roach Studios in 1959, but never aired at the time because the show failed to be sold to any of the television networks. None of the episodes made were ever shown until released on DVD decades later. As for why the show was unaired back in the 1950s, speculation is that it was because of the financial woes the studio was experiencing. Boris Karloff supposedly claimed he was never paid.
Good evening. Tonight I'm going to tell you another strange and unusual story of the unexplainable which lies behind The Veil.
The series was released to the public for the first time in the late 1990s. In 1968, footage from the episodes were edited into the following TV movies: Destination Nightmare (1968) (TV), Jack the Ripper (1968) (TV), and Veil, The (1968) (TV).