I seem to remember a sci-fi/horror anthology that was part of the Saturday morning lineup sometime around 1979, '80, or '81. It seemed a little out of place since everything else was mostly cartoons. I don't think it lasted very long (maybe not even a complete season). I can only remember two episodes from the series:
A young artist happens upon a beautiful old house and is invited to stay. I thought it might have been David Soul, but now not sure after checking IMDB. Anyway, I remember him sitting around working on a sketch of the house and possibly finding a love interest there. In the end, some folks from town tell him there hasn't been a house there in many years. He takes the sheriff(?) back with him only to find an empty lot.
Several young people (teens/20s) offend a fortune teller or palm reader and she speaks a curse over them; something about one dying by air, another dying by land, another dying by water, etc. Sure enough, one by one they all die. The only death that I can remember was one guy on an airplane that crashed. As each death occurred, the viewer could hear the woman's voice speaking the curse.
Does anybody remember the name of this series?