Ghost Whisperer (2005–2010)
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The Ghost Within 

A ghost who keeps causing an ornament to reappear is particularly challenging for Melinda to communicate with.

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Dennis Hightower
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A ghost who keeps causing an ornament to reappear is particularly challenging for Melinda to communicate with.

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13 October 2006 (USA)  »

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At the beginning of every episode, and by so many spirits in the show, Melinda is asked "can you see us/me?" In this episode, because the spirit of Dennis keeps his autism like qualities, he refuses to look Melinda in the eye, making her ask the question "can you see me?" See more »

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Puzzling
10 March 2007 | by (Connecticut) – See all my reviews

THE GHOST WITHIN gives us a rather tricky mystery to gnaw on for a bit. Melinda picks up an unusual antique puzzle at a flea market only to find it comes attached with the spirit of a youngish man who doesn't seem to want to answer her questions. When she traces back the location of the dead man, she finds herself confronted with a living but equally uncommunicative female of about the same age as the dead man. I will say nothing more about the plot, for fear of giving it away. Melinda has her hands full dealing with a dead man and a live woman both of whom apparently are unwilling to work with her. The answer to this dilemma is a wowser. And the solution to the antique puzzle, pieces of which keep showing up here and there, leads to a jaw-dropping climax. A moment where two hands touch over a more conventional, modern jigsaw puzzle, with no words spoken, is one of this series' finest moments.


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