A segment from the 'Unsolved Mysteries' TV series inspired this story, in which a nurse (Megan Ward) claims that she's possessed by a murdered co-worker's spirit which identifies the killer.

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Detective Joe Sraccula
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Renee Perkins
John Terlesky ...
Bill Perkins
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Adam Schuster
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Terry Deveroux
Tim Grimm ...
Jeff Deveroux
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Milosh
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Yvonne Shuster
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Detective Ephron
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Jennie
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Prosecutor O'Gane
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Attorney Smith
Billie Neal ...
Donna Larson
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Nate Bradshaw
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Eric Sylvester
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A segment from the 'Unsolved Mysteries' TV series inspired this story, in which a nurse (Megan Ward) claims that she's possessed by a murdered co-worker's spirit which identifies the killer.

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20 March 1996 (USA)  »

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Crimes of Passion: Voice from the Grave  »

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When Detective Joe Sraccula enters the station, he is handed a phone message slip and says "a couple want to talk to you about the Schuster case" - he should have said the "Devereux case". See more »

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Moment of Truth?
18 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Even though this movie is based on a true story, it takes a few liberties. The victim was a Phillipine immigrant named Teresita Basa. Not Terry Devereaux. The nurse who was haunted by the victims voice, and her husband, were immigrants from India. But more important, the murderer was a black man, which gave the case a bit of a racial element.

This murder happened in Chicago, and the jury was a mostly black jury. Had the murderer not confessed, the jury was ready to convict him on a lesser charge, and he would have been given a light sentence. Unfortunately, the plea bargain allowed a sentence that was much too light for the crime he committed. He is probably back on the street right now. Maybe that's why the victims name was changed. Her family flew in from the Phillipines for the trial, and they were shocked at the punishment that we allowed in America, for murder.


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