Ghost Whisperer (2005–2010)
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A Grave Matter 

A ghost who's been buried incorrectly triggers painful memories for Melinda, who is also having difficulty bonding with Delia.

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Adam Godfrey
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Marilyn Mandeville (as Harriet Harris)
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Shelby Burris
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Jean Godfrey
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A ghost who's been buried incorrectly triggers painful memories for Melinda, who is also having difficulty bonding with Delia.

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Drama | Fantasy

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20 October 2006 (USA)  »

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When Kate Godfrey opens her father's book, 'Lost Delusions', the first page is actually from 'Birdy: A Novel' by William Wharton. See more »

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Kate Godfrey is incorrectly named Drew Godfrey in the credits. See more »

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References Ghostbusters (1984) See more »

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Electric!
31 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A recently deceased individual (David Paymer) finds himself buried in another man's grave, and enlists Melinda's help in figuring out why. Killed by a force of nature, as they say, Paymer's character has no memory of what happened to him. The solution is not likely to be what you think, and this episode is especially satisfying in its mystery elements. It helps that it boasts two very strong guest stars, Paymer being one and "widow" Wendy McKenna the other. McKenna has a couple of nice scenes with Hewitt as the pieces begin to fall into place. Beware: The episode is on the gruesome side. Paymer does not die pleasantly. Not pleasantly at all.


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