While Danny and Lindsay investigate a possible murder-suicide at a supposedly haunted house in Amityville, Mac and Stella tackle the case of a man who appears to have been killed after he already died.

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While Danny and Lindsay investigate a possible murder-suicide at a supposedly haunted house in Amityville, Mac and Stella tackle the case of a man who appears to have been killed after he already died.

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This is the second time Joe Dante directs a television series with an episode titled Boo. The first time was Amazing Stories: Boo! (1986) in 1986. Both was about haunted houses. Robert Picardo was in both episodes. See more »

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The opening segment when Lindsey and Danny show up at the house in Amityville explains why they were able to investigate in another jurisdiction. The officer on scene explained he had requested them because all of his units were working a Cessna crash. Police can cross jurisdictions when they are requested. See more »

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Detective Mac Taylor: I hate zombies.
Detective Stella Bonasera: I know, they spoil all the fun.
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References Shaun of the Dead (2004) See more »

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Swami Salami
Performed by CHUMP
Written by Jeff MacDonald
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Tailor-Made To Be Shown On Halloween Night
4 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was the perfect episode to air on Halloween night, complete with "zombies" and a return of "The Amityville Horrror." Included with the DVD was a 10-minute extra features bonus in which the cast comments about how much fun they had doing this because they new it would air on Oct. 31.

As is often the case, the coolest part is the opening segment. For me, it was shock to see one of my favorite actors in that opener: Bruce Dern. Even though he has just that tiny role in the beginning, it's always great to see his grizzly old face and hear his distinctive voice. Speaking of veteran actors, how about Julie Adams?! This 82-year-old has a role in here. She just keeps going and going. Check out her resume: it's amazing!

In the first story, CSI's "Danny" and "Lyndsay" go over to Amityville and try to find out what was the deal with an apparent suicide-murder involving a family of four. Obviously, it was a murder all the way and, along the way of discovering what happened, there are some spooky moments.

The second story isn't as good, although it's bizarre enough to pay attention. It's about a man faking his death and then.....well, I don't spoil it, but the end explains the "Night Of The Living Dead" type aspect to the story, which has so many holes in it, it's not worth bothering to think about. Funny how Hollywood takes voodoo so seriously, but not surprising.


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