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Young reporter Jared Corning travels to a small New England town to cover the trial of several local people accused of setting fire to a barn owned by unpopular Tom Goss. Jared finds it hard to believe that their aim was to kill a pet raccoon owned by Goss's daughter, but even harder to withstand the small, disembodied voice that tells him to start another fire. Written by don @ minifie-1

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One of the weirdest episodes of the all-time weirdest series.
27 April 2012 | by (warren michigan) – See all my reviews

I saw this one just once and it scared me almost to death. In fact, I have never forgotten it. It begins with a reporter investigating reports of a talking Racoon. Even weirder, the raccoon is speaking in Hebrew and classical Greek. Then it gets STRANGE. The raccoon isn't really talking, instead, a barely literate farm girl is using the raccoon as her mouth piece . The whole thing climaxes with a bizarre trial scene in which the farm girl starts talking in Latin, Classical Greek, Hebrew , etc. Even more weirdly, she is talking about a woman who was executed for witchcraft in the seventeenth century. Luana Anders is genuinely spooky as the "possesed" girl, and the great Robert Lansing plays reporter Jared Corning. This is one episode that seems utterly unavailale on video.


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