Sam has a premonition in which a man is killed, but the murder is made to look like a suicide. Sam convinces Dean that they must investigate the case, but the two are puzzled when they fail... See full summary »

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Sam has a premonition in which a man is killed, but the murder is made to look like a suicide. Sam convinces Dean that they must investigate the case, but the two are puzzled when they fail to find anything that indicates that the death was supernatural in nature. That is, until they find out that Max, the reclusive son of the first victim, has been using his recently acquired power of telekinesis to kill the family members that once abused him. Sam also discovers Max's mother was killed by the same fiery demon that took his own mom. Written by Anonymous

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Director Philip Sgriccia personally chose to use two early Bob Seger songs because he was from Michigan, and "Nightmare" took place in Saginaw. In addition to this, Sgriccia asked his sister to send him coffee mugs and baseball caps from Michigan to give believability to the setting. See more »

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Alice Miller is in the kitchen chopping up vegetables. She puts the knife down and we can see that there are bits of vegetable still on the edge of the knife blade. The camera turns to Alice, then back to the knife, and we can see that the knife is now completely clean. See more »

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Jim Miller: Somebody help me! Somebody help!
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2+2=?
Written by Bob Seger (uncredited)
Performed by Bob Seger
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Premonitions and Telekinesis
20 December 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Sam has a premonition and sees the death of a man in Michigan. He calls Dean and they drive to the town. Pretending to be priests, they interview the wife, the brother and the son Max of the victim in the funeral. Sam has another nightmare, where he sees the death of the brother of the victim. Sooner her discloses that Max had been abused by his father and his uncle, and he is using telekinesis to revenge. Further, Sam finds also that the mother of Max was killed by the same demon that killed his mother and that he also the same ability of Max, but he can not control his telekinesis.

In this episode, Sam finds that is connected to a person that also lost the mother killed by the same fiend that killed his, and he has an uncontrolled power of telekinesis. This episode is only reasonable. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Pesadelo" ("Nightmare")


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