Sea of Souls Season 2
S02 E01Jan 8, 2005
Amulet: Part 1 Jan 8, 2005 Findley Morrison seeks Dr. Douglas Monaghan's assistance when strange things happen in his house. All family members, including his wife Carol, son Dominic and daughters Claire and Martha have heard noises, experienced doors opening or closing and perhaps even seen images of someone moving about, though never clearly. Douglas and his assistant Justine McManus spend some time in the house and they too begin to experience some of these strange occurrences. They are also beginning to see the numbers 2976 being repeated. Douglas believes that if there is a poltergeist in the house, it will likely focus its activities on one of the occupants and the evidence begins to point to the Morrisons' eldest daughter Claire. As more information becomes available however and they begin to ask more pointed questions, Carol Morrison abruptly asks them to leave.
S02 E02Jan 9, 2005
Amulet: Part 2 Jan 9, 2005 Douglas and Justine continue their investigation, even though they were asked to leave the Morrisons house. From the family's reaction, Justine suspects that the strange occurrences may be linked to a Bolivian woman named Lygia who worked as a nanny for the Morrisons some years before, She follows up with Findlay Morrison who says that Lygia returned to Bolivia and has successfully completed law school since. It turns out the Morrisons paid her tuition as well. Douglas still thinks that Claire is the focus of any paranormal activity and decides to test her. As the volume of information continues to grow, Justine finds a vital clue. Douglas was correct in his thinking, only it's someone other than Claire with whom Lygia has made a psychic connection.
S02 E03Jan 15, 2005
Omen: Part 1 Jan 15, 2005 Daniel Blakemore seeks out Dr. Douglas Monaghan but has a strange way of doing it - he steps out in front of Monaghan's moving car. He's not hurt seriously however and soon, Monaghan and his team are fascinated by the close mouthed man who clearly appears to have precognitive abilities, that is, the ability to predict future events. Daniel mentions that he was in the military and when he disappears - Douglas suggested he might be suicidal - he and his assistant Craig Stevenson pay a cal on his Regiment. The Chief Medical Officer, Lt. Col. Petra Summers, tells him that Daniel is AWOL and if suffering from trauma as a result of his military service in Bosnia. She would like him to return to continue his treatment but Douglas wonders exactly what may be going on.
S02 E04Jan 16, 2005
Omen: Part 2 Jan 16, 2005 Although Daniel Blakemore has died accidentally, the Army still wants to know what the corporal may have told Professor Monaghan and his team. Monaghan himself feels a certain amount of guilt about Daniel's death and is having trouble sleeping. He even imagines seeing him from time to time on the the street or seeing a hooded faceless figure following him. He can't explain what is happening to him. He determines that he's probably being followed and suspects the military of being behind it all.
S02 E05Jan 22, 2005
Empty Promise: Part 1 Jan 22, 2005 Douglas Monaghan welcomes back one of his former students, Peter Locke, now a professor who has made quite a name for himself in North America. Craig Stephenson studies the case of John Wade, a self-styled mentalist who has a successful stage show. Although he amazes his audiences, he is clearly using well-worn techniques to correctly guess information of audience members. There are a few anomalies however. Justine McManus meanwhile travels to a psychiatric hospital to investigate the case of a woman who claims she is the survivor of a shipwreck that occurred in 1904 - but only washed ashore in 2004.
S02 E06Jan 23, 2005
Empty Promise: Part 2 Jan 23, 2005 John Wade is convinced that he can cure young Chloe Williams of her brain tumor. Craig Stephenson is quite skeptical but newly arrived Peter Locke isn't and is quite keen to study the case. As they learn more about John's background and family history, they realize there may be a more than reasonable explanation for his behavior, though not all can be explained away. Justine McManus goes to Patience Green's home village and finds that it is much as she described it. Her knowledge of the locality and of the people who lived there is astounding but Patience does make one slip that leads Justine to believe there is an explanation for both her condition and her degree of knowledge about the community.