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Spellbound 

A psychic is murdered in her own shop after predicting her own death.

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Catherine Willows
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Warrick Brown
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Nick Stokes (credit only)
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Sara Sidle (credit only)
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David Hodges
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Gordon Wallace
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Sedona Wylie
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Reese Bingham
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Archie Johnson
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A psychic is murdered in her own shop after predicting her own death.

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6 April 2006 (USA)  »

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Spellbound (1945) was a movie directed by Alfred Hitchcock. While Gregory Peck appeared in that movie, Cary Grant, father of Jennifer Grant, appeared in four Hitchcock movies: Suspicion (1941), Notorious (1946), To Catch a Thief (1955) and North by Northwest (1959). See more »

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Greg Sanders: Yeah, I know you're a cynic. I just think that you can have beliefs and still be a scientist
Gil Grissom: I agree. The problems arise when people mistake their beliefs for the science. I've been reading her notebooks. Take a look at this.
Greg Sanders: "She is in Summerland "but there is chaos and darkness surrounding her. She is in Summerland, but she can't cross over yet."
Gil Grissom: Sedona said Claire Wallace was "in Summerland," not buried in Summerlin.
Greg Sanders: What's Summerland ?
Gil Grissom: Pagans believe it's a mystical place where souls go to ...
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Written by Sergio Pizzorno
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We Hear What We Want To Hear
17 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

It's never surprising to me to see a modern television show, with all its secular writers, give credence to the occult. They certainly don't that to the opposite: Christianity. That's been scoffed at a few times by Bill Petersen's "Grissom" in this show. To be fair, he admits to going to a psychic once but generally isn't a believer in that, either.

The "believers" are everyone else, especially CSI field man "Greg Sanders," who pushes it when he can here. So does a police captain, who claims the psychic who was killed in this show gave him evidence on a past case that no else did. It's all treated with credibility. Thank goodness, "Grissom," after the case has been solved, does fit things into the right places when he explains the problems people have with "perceptions."

In all, no matter how one views "psychics," it wasn't all that great a show and didn't have any suspense to it. However, like almost all CSI episodes, it didn't bore me.


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