After having a near-death experience, ex-cop-turned-private-eye Frank Taylor learns that he has the ability to see and communicate with restless ghosts of murdered people who ask for his ... See full summary »
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 Frank Taylor (11 episodes, 2002)
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 Marcus Bradshaw (11 episodes, 2002)
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 Assistant D.A. Jessica Manning / ... (8 episodes, 2002)
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 Dante (6 episodes, 2002)
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 Simon (6 episodes, 2002)
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After having a near-death experience, ex-cop-turned-private-eye Frank Taylor learns that he has the ability to see and communicate with restless ghosts of murdered people who ask for his help in solving their deaths. Written by Matthew Patay

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Dead Men Do Tell Tales.

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Drama | Horror

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24 September 2002 (USA)  »

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A hetedik érzék  »

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On the DVD, there are only 11 episodes, not the 13 claimed to have been produced, and they are in a different order than aired: 1. Pilot, 2. Fidelity, 3. Grievous Angels, 4. Nexus, 5. Blind Witness, 6. Nocturnal Tied, 7. Abby, 8. A Three Hour Tour, 9. Simon Redux, 10. Last Call, 11. Seeking Asylum. See more »

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Kick butt show that's both scary and intriguing

I've seen the first two episodes of the show so far and I am majorly hooked. Whoever wrote that pilot should be commended because I am hooked. Ever since the Sixth Sense, everyone just assume that these ghosts should just "jump out and tell what's wrong." I think the way the show works it is so much better since you are dealing with spirits entering this weird dimension where they are stuck between worlds. Personally I had always thought the shaggy haired, 7 o'clock shadow Matthew Fox from Party of Five was a major toolbag until I saw this show. He's proven me wrong and stepped up to deliver a great performance in very well developed role.

Personally, I hope that people start tuning in and supporting this show (like you Buffy and X-File fans out there) and avoid another sad incident of shows killed way before their time (like Brisco County jr and Lone Gunmen).


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