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Miracles happen every day. These are stories of the ones who make them come to pass. 7 individuals from various walks of life are chosen to help strengthen the faith of those in need of a miracle. Ultimately altering their own destiny.
John Eric Bentley,
College student Marian Kitt is terrified to discover that she has the power to see into the "other side." Word of Marian's vision spreads to Professor Miles Ballard, a student of paranormal and psychic phenomena. He introduces Marian to "the others," a group of individuals with the ability to vicariously experience the feelings, thoughts and experiences of others, and to help them understand paranormal phenomena. Famed medium Elmer Greentree is their spiritual leader and a mentor figure for Marian, whose potential to see "all of the light" is strong. With Marian now among them, they will help each other understand their abilities as they encounter otherworldly, often frightening, alternative dimensions. And all the while, a dark force looms over them. Written by
I was such a huge fan of this show. Unfortunately, like NBC always does to its supernatural shows (may I draw your attention to "Quantum Leap"), they cancelled it. This show was so great -- showed a balance of good and evil, reality and the paranormal, drama and humor, with all the amazing twists of a typical Glen Morgan and James Wong story. This show wasn't given a fair chance! Too bad NBC would rather produce a million expensive pilots that won't last instead of keeping this potential gold mine.
Laura E. Krycek
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