Several attendees of a World Peace Conference are lured away by a psychic boy who takes Polaroids featuring deceased loved ones. As Diana failed to protect one of the dignitaries, she is taken off the case and told to go on vacation.

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Koslo
Kres Mersky ...
Theodora
Todd Lookinland ...
Matthew
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Yamura
Hanna Hertelendy ...
Ms. Kell
Adam Ageli ...
Bakru
S. Pearl Sharp ...
Eve (as Saundra Sharp)
John Birk ...
Eric
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Mrs. Bakru
Jan Ivan Dorin ...
Dekker (as Jean-Ivan Dorin)
Tad Horino ...
Yamura, Sr.
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Several attendees of a World Peace Conference are lured away by a psychic boy who takes Polaroids featuring deceased loved ones. As Diana failed to protect one of the dignitaries, she is taken off the case and told to go on vacation.

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Diana rolls down a hill and transforms into Wonder Woman, but her roll is the wrong direction to trigger the transformation. See more »

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Theodora: Curiosity is but a stepping stone to the truth, as you'll soon discover for yourself.
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Spooky-ooky
31 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Seance of Terror Spiritualism on Wonder Woman. Diana is a believer in magic whilst Steve is the skeptic. Surprising considering he's seen what Wonder Woman can do and there's no rational explanation for that. Great scene where Diana manages to spin into Wonder Woman by rolling off the conveyor belt but by the time she's recovered the villains are gone, defies your expectations. Psychic photography was all the rage in the late 70s and also during the Victorian era, no less than Sherlock Holmes creator Arthur Conan Doyle a believer. Does Diana ever pick up an object that doesn't knock her out? (TWICE!) Steve actually takes Diana off the case and tells her to have a holiday, their argument about it all quite heated. That's one BAD wig Lynda wears in her merry widow role. Unusual to have an episode of a show with such a large kids following dealing with the occult, nowadays you think the Christian right would be outraged. Once again this is another storyline used in The New Avengers, a lot of similarities between the 2 series. If Mathew's power is real why does his guardian need to rip people off, surely his kid's powers are amazing enough to make money from anyway? At the end of the ep Steve makes Diana take a holiday, does she go back to Paradise Island to visit her family? 5/10


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