Mulder and Scully are called in by the Buffalo Police Department after an experienced detective, Rudy Barbala, jumped to his death through a window from the upper floor of the 14th precinct. He was interviewing a young girl at the time, Michelle Bishop, but there was no one else in the room with them. Mulder immediately begins to suspect that Michelle may have telekinetic powers, something that seems to be proven when Scully finds a large burn mark on Barbala's body much as Mulder as predicted. Michelle says there was a ghost in the room with them and her rendition of him leads then to the case of dead detective Charlie Morris, who was killed in a police raid. In fact,Charlie may be back and seeking revenge against the policemen who got rid of him. Written by
Did You Know?
When Scully reads the post-mortem report, she reads out a note "marked bradycardia" suggesting "drowning in sea water". Bradycardia is a slow heart rhythm. There's no such thing as an irregular heart rhythm of a deceased person who is a subject to autopsy. See more
Why is it still so hard for you to believe, even when all the evidence suggests extraordinary phenomena?
Because sometimes looking for extreme possibilities makes you blind to the probable explanation right in front of you.