Strange land-locked drownings are happening and the boys head to the coast to find out why, discovering a Ghost Ship has been witnessed by each of the victims shortly before their deaths. ... See full summary »

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Strange land-locked drownings are happening and the boys head to the coast to find out why, discovering a Ghost Ship has been witnessed by each of the victims shortly before their deaths. They find that Bela is already involved, running a scam on elderly Gertrude Case, the aunt of the first victim with a crush on Sam. Written by Anonymous

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Sam refers to Ms. Case as "Lady Havisham" after the ball. This is in reference to Miss Havisham in the Charles Dickens novel "Great Expectations," who was a wealthy elderly woman that had never married after being left at the alter as a young woman by a man who defrauded her. See more »

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Sam's comment to Dean referring to "Miz" Case as "Mrs." Haversham should have been stated as "Miss" Haversham (from Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations"). See more »

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Dean Winchester: [to Sam about Gert] What a crazy old broad.
Sam Winchester: Why, because she believes in ghosts?
Dean Winchester: Haha, look at ya, stickin' up for ya girlfriend, you cougar hound.
Sam Winchester: Bite me
Dean Winchester: Not if she bites ya first
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Nautical references, vengeful ghost.
8 November 2007 | by (Casper, Wyoming USA) – See all my reviews

Just watched it and was taken with Bela. She will add much to the series. I have watched and followed most of the horror films and books for many years and the writers of this show are seemingly well versed in the arcane lore. Some of this story line has not seen the light of day since the 30's. Boris Karloff and Peter Lorre would be ecstatic with their use of legends that fit with the story. So many of the writers these days are using graphic novels, not historic reference. Not so with these gentlemen. Either their fathers are helping them out or they are the scholars that writers should be. Commendations and accolades for the episode and the series. I will watch with anticipation for the next adventure.


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