Scientist and Gulf War veteran Paul Turner is asked to assist the FBI after his war buddy becomes the prime suspect in a child kidnapping case. Turner finds evidence of a human cloning experiment. A secret group tries to cover it up.



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Episode credited cast:
Dr. Sidney MacMillan
Sandra Quarterman ...
Major Lynne Reese (as Saundra Quarterman)
Japanese Woman
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FBI Agent
Mrs. Cynthia Ballard
Colin Roberts ...
Jeremy Ballard


During the first Gulf War Paul Turner is part of a team of soldiers that investigates a destroyed bunker in which a biological agent was dispersed. He and his team are exposed, but 5 years later Paul is still alive, even thought the agent is fatal. Kept alive by receiving an injection just in time, Paul gets involved in a case of a missing boy because his best friend on the Iraqi mission is the chief suspect. Paul begins to suspect that the kidnapped boy isn't really the missing son after all, and his friend isn't what he seems to be, either. Written by Ron Kerrigan <>

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8 March 1999 (USA)  »

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Follows Strange World (1999) See more »

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ok science fiction
13 October 2000 | by (san francisco, california) – See all my reviews

i liked this television show. It was an ok show. i think it was a try to be a x-files. What I liked was there was a woman that was the boss of the operation. It might have lasted on WB or Fox. I think it was too smart for ABC. I am glad that they didn't tell the young girl that she didn't have a baby she had someones heart. That would be weird if they could do that.

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