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PRINCIPAL CASTNigel Havers, Martin Clune, Sophie Ward, Kevin McNally, Phyllis Logan, John Simm, John McEnerny
DIRECTORLawrence Gordon Clark, Bob Mahoney, Rob Walker
Part 1..."Prophecy" (52:52, 3/9/95)...When a group of friends hold a sÃ©ance in the basement of a London cafÃ© they each receive a prophecy. Five years later and the prophecies have started to come true, but who made them and what is the connection with Oliver Halkin and his troubled son Edward? Part 2..."Toby" (52:12, 3/16/95)...Ray and Louise Knight tragically lose Toby, their unborn baby, in a car accident. Although Louise has not made love since the accident, she soon discovers she's pregnant again. A routine scan reveals she is not pregnant, but her body insists she is. Incredibly, she goes to full term and even into labor, but to everyone's bewilderment, there's no baby. Then one night, Louise hears crying from the nursery and finds an old man with special powers who tells her that Toby is present and playing a horrible game with her. Part 3..."Here Comes the Mirror Man" (52:42, 3/30/95)...A social worker takes on a disturbed down and out but may have cause to regret it as her predecessor was murdered in mysterious circumstances. Part 4..."The Man Who Didn't Believe In Ghosts" (52:54, 4/13/95)... Richard Cramer, a professional de-bunker of the paranormal, moves into Windwhistle Hall with his family, only to they find themselves involved in a series of unexplained events and accidents. They must uncover whether it is a series of bizarre coincidences, or hauntings of the former occupant's ghost. Part 5..."Number Six" (53:12, 4/27/95)... Jack Taylor is the homicide detective investigating the murders of five children. Aware that the serial killer is likely to strike for the sixth time, he discovers a connection to an ancient Druidic site, and learns that the consequences of failing to stop the next killing would be far more horrifying and personal than he could ever have imagined.
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