A game of Bloody Mary unleashes a ghost who lives in mirrors and kills by gouging out the eyes of her prey, Sam and Dean must find a way to stop her before she claims another victim.



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Episode cast overview:
William S. Taylor ...
Detective (as William Taylor)
Kristie Marsden ...
Donna Shoemaker
Lily Shoemaker
Duncan Minett ...
Steven Shoemaker
Jessica King ...
Lily's Friend #1
Victoria Tennant ...
Lily's Friend #2
Bloody Mary / Mary Worthington (as Jovanna Huguet)


An innocent game of Bloody Mary releases a vengeful spirit that travels through mirrors and seeks revenge on those that have a guilty conscience by ripping out their eyes. Sam and Dean must race to vanquish this age-old spirit before an innocent girl is killed. Written by Amber Brooke, US

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11 October 2005 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Depending on who you ask and which article you read, Bloody Mary's origins date back to Mary Tudor but all hold the same theme that, if you say her name three times infront of a mirror, she will appear and your eyes will be violently disfigured or removed. See more »


(at around 10 mins) When Dean turns on the lights in the bathroom, they appear to go on, but when the camera cuts back to the window, it is still dark and there is no change in light. See more »


[Jill has been killed by Bloody Mary]
Charlie: [sobbing] ... And they found her on the bathroom floor, and h-h-her, her *eyes*... they were g-gone.
Sam Winchester: I'm sorry.
Charlie: And she said it! I heard her say it! But it couldn't be because of that. I'm insane, right?
Dean Winchester: No, you're not insane.
Charlie: [softly] Oh God, that makes me feel so much worse.
Sam Winchester: Look, we think something's happening here. Something that can't be explained.
Dean Winchester: And we're gonna stop it.
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References 1 Night in Paris (2004) See more »


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Sometimes Bad Things Just Happen
29 November 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

In Toledo, Ohio, three girlfriends decide to play with the American urban legend of "Bloody Mary", saying her name three times to a mirror. None of them dies, but the father of the host. Dean and Sam read the weird obituary in a newspaper and decide to investigate the corpse, and the coroner's assistant tells that the man died of internal bleed in the brain and also that both eyes blew. They contact the girls, and sooner they find that Bloody Mary is chasing people that had caused the death of some other person, and they try to find a way to stop her.

I have recently seen Mary Lambert's "Urban Legends: Bloody Mary" and it seems that there is an urban legend in USA about this fiend "Bloody Mary" that is summoned when a person speaks her name three times in front of or to a mirror. In the best episode of this series to now, Dean and Sam face this evil spirit in a great battle, where there is a hook for new mysteries about the former relationship of Sam and Jessica. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Bloody Mary"

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