Steve Austin is lead to believe through accidents and a psychologist (Margaret) that his spirit has left his body at a previous point in time when he died from the crash that lead to his bionics. Furthering this spiritual belief involves an office explosion, a seance, a spiritually possessed woman who tries to kill Steve with a fireplace poker, a car that drives itself and multiple ghost like appearances resembling Steve Austin. The plot thickens as Oscar informs Steve that two Russians are in town bent on capturing him, dead or alive, wanting the technology of his bionics. Soon Margaret vanishes in the woods when the ghost reappears and Steve runs to her rescue. All is revealed at a convergence at a cabin in the woods. Written by
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In this episode, Steve Austen is asked by Linda Dano's character if he has any relatives, to which Austen answers, "None living." It is not explained if this means that his mother, Helen Elgin (played by Martha Scott in three episodes of "The Six Million Dollar Man" and six episodes of "The Bionic Woman"), and his stepfather Jim Elgin (played by Ford Rainey in three episodes of "The Six Million Dollar Man" and nine episodes of "The Bionic Woman") had died sometime prior to this episode or if they were, in effect, being written out of the series (as "The Bionic Woman" had moved to a competing network and the Elgins had become recurring characters on that series prior to its switching networks). See more
It is supposed to be a stormy afternoon, yet there is clearly bright sunshine and clear blue skies when Steve is running through the woods near the cabin. See more