Will and Dr. Smith find a cave that transports them to earth, 19th century Scotland.

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Will and Dr. Smith find a cave that transports them to earth, 19th century Scotland.

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12 April 1967 (USA)  »

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Per the title, astral travel refers to times of out-of-body experiences perceived as unfolding in environments other than the physical world, by an astral counterpart of the physical body that separates from it and travels to one or more astral plane. See more »

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Better than most of the second season episodes that preceded it
5 August 2010 | by (Camilla, GA) – See all my reviews

While "The Astral Traveler" may not rank in the top ten - or even 20 - fan favorites of all, it still has its memorable moments and performances:

1) the revolving door "portal" - Of course, it's special effects on a budget, but the scene of it hollowed into the side of a cave is way cool.

2) the "banshee" cry - This is possibly one of the most effective - and especially creepy - sound effects used on the show.

3) Sean McClory - The veteran and under-appreciated actor - deserving of an Oscar nomination for "Cheyenne Autumn" - gives a "spirited" performance as Hammish, the ghost that Will befriends during his trip to Scotland.


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