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"Murdoch Mysteries" Voices (2011)

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Murdoch Mysteries: Season 4: Episode 10 -- A priest's corpse turns up in a convent overseen by someone closely connected to Murdoch. The detective learns that the victim isn't who he appears to be, and a cloistered nun has divine revelations providing clues to the murder.


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Original Air Date:
19 April 2011 (Season 4, Episode 10)
When a convent tries to bury one of its most venerated members in the churchyard, they find another body in the plot and Murdoch is reunited with his sister. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Yannick Bisson ... Detective William Murdoch

Helene Joy ... Dr. Julia Ogden (as Hélène Joy)

Thomas Craig ... Inspector Thomas Brackenreid

Jonny Harris ... Constable George Crabtree

Lachlan Murdoch ... Constable Henry Higgins

Michelle Nolden ... Susannah Murdoch / Reverend Mother

Sebastian Pigott ... Father William 'Billy' Hoobin

Katie Boland ... Sister Theresa
Tara Rosling ... Sister Catherine

Kerri Smith ... Sister Bernadette

Phyllis Ellis ... Sister St. Anthony

Episode Crew
Directed by
Gail Harvey 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
R.B. Carney  developed by
Cal Coons  developed by
Jean Greig  written by
Maureen Jennings  creator
Alexandra Zarowny  developed by

Produced by
Paul Aitken .... co-executive producer
Philip Bedard .... executive producer (as Phil Bedard)
Scott Garvie .... executive producer
Laura Harbin .... producer
Noel Hedges .... executive producer
Christina Jennings .... executive producer
Shane Kinnear .... co-producer
Larry Lalonde .... executive producer
Jan Peter Meyboom .... producer
Stephen Montgomery .... producer
Original Music by
Robert Carli 
Cinematography by
Jim Jeffrey  (as James Jeffrey)
Film Editing by
Tom Joerin 
Casting by
Diane Kerbel 
Production Design by
Sandra Kybartas (original series designer)
Art Direction by
Brad Greaves  (as Bradley Greaves)
Set Decoration by
Rosalie Board 
Costume Design by
Alex Reda  (as Alexander Reda)
Makeup Department
Debi Drennan .... key makeup artist (as Deb Drennan)
Regan Noble .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Richard J. Anobile .... post-production supervisor
Patrice Baillargeon .... executive in charge of production
Jeremy Hood .... production manager
Alain Strati .... executive in charge of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Richard Black .... second assistant director (as Rick Black)
Joel Hay .... first assistant director
Art Department
Andra Fay Butler .... first assistant art director
Phil Carvalho .... construction coordinator
Christopher Galea .... lead dresser
Craig Grant .... property master
Stephen J. MacDougall .... on-set dresser (as Stephen MacDougall)
Janet Macleod .... set buyer
Jacques Raphoz .... first assistant art director
Mark Taylor .... head carpenter
Robert Taylor .... key scenic
Cindy Yetman .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Paolo Amati .... assistant re-recording mixer
Mark Beck .... sound effects editor
Richard Calistan .... adr editor
Erik Culp .... foley recordist
Alan deGraaf .... sound re-recording mixer
Alfie DiPucchio .... sound re-recording mixer
Joseph Doane .... assistant sound editor
Eric Fitz .... production sound mixer
Steve Hammond .... foley artist
David Horton .... boom operator
Jonas Kuhnemann .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Derek Liscoumb .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Robert Crowther .... visual effects supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Carly Brenner .... b camera: second assistant
Phil Calambakas .... best boy grip
Jay Jay Callan .... assistant camera
Chris Faulkner .... key grip
Mark Hroch .... a camera operator
Kevin Michael LeBlanc .... first assistant camera (as Kevin LeBlanc)
Jeremy Lyall .... b camera operator
Kaelin McCowan .... b camera operator
Ryan Prouse .... camera trainee
Lem Ristsoo .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
David Rumley .... second assistant camera
Harold D. Stroud .... gaffer (as Harry Stroud)
Adam Tupper .... camera trainee
Christopher Watson .... best boy / electric
Ian Watson .... still photographer
Steve Wilkie .... still photographer
Casting Department
Suzy Catliff .... casting
Donna Dupere .... extras casting (as Donna Dupere-Taylor)
Alicia Faucher .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jenny Buck .... wardrobe set supervisor
Mary Janeiro .... costume builder
Randi Littlefair .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Ed Ham .... on-line editor
Chris MacLean .... first assistant picture editor
Matthew Olson .... dailies sync
Location Management
Greg McMaster .... location manager
Music Department
Angelo Oddi .... choral arrangement: Ave Verum
Chris Robinson .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Grant Wilkins .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Doug Allen .... production controller
Sue Baldaro .... unit publicist
Mark Bilas .... first assistant accountant
Raymond Chua .... post production accountant
Graham Clegg .... creative consultant
Michael Cudmore .... production assistant
Jane Douglas .... production accountant (as Jane Douglas-Megill)
Alexandra Finlay .... commissioning executive
Elysse Goldman .... vice president: Business & Legal Affairs
Katharine Gray .... script co-ordinator
Carol Hay .... story editor
Rebecca Herr .... marketing representative
Teresa Ho .... manager: production affairs
Ryan Hupponen .... assistant production coordinator
Maureen Jennings .... creative consultant
Sarah MacKinnon .... coordinator: production affairs
Chris Niesing .... production assistant
Neil Olsen .... first assistant accountant
Dawn Marie Sorokolit .... script supervisor (as Dawn Sorokolit Burke)
Patrick Tarr .... story consultant
Christine Tyson .... business affairs coordinator
Tina Vacalopoulos .... production coordinator
Alexandra Zarowny .... creative consultant

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
R.B. Carney  developer
Cal Coons  developer
Maureen Jennings  creator
Alexandra Zarowny  developer

Production CompaniesDistributorsSpecial EffectsOther Companies

Additional Details

48 min (DVD)
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

Crew or equipment visible: During the opening, the funeral procession, what appears to be part of a jib is seen in the background.See more »
Constable George Crabtree:[opening lines to Murdoch] Quite unexpected as you could imagine, sir. The nuns were about to lay Sister St. Ignatius to her final resting place when they noticed that her spot was, uh, well, it was spoken for, you might say, sir.See more »


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Murdoch meets his sister who is a nun, 7 April 2015
Author: ctyankee1 from United States

Murdoch's sister is in Toronto and is the head of a group of nuns. Susannah is her name and she looks very similar to Dr Julia Ogden and just as young. They have not seen each-other since she was twelve when she joined the nuns. It appears they were raised by and aunt.

A burial is about to take place on the property of the church and as the nuns look into the grave a man's arm is out of the dirt.

Dr Odgen examines the man and how he dies. He has a head injury but he was buried alive. This episode is very confusing. Two or three of the nuns say the man attacked them and they all confessed to killing the man or helping kill the man. One nun and two "priest" knew each other years ago.

As an aside all the nuns habits are not on properly and hang too lose around their face.

There is also a nun who hears voices and she thinks they are from a saint. It is later explained that she was hearing people talk outside her room where a pipe was connected and she could over hear people planning and talking in the garden.

So much for messages from God. Not all unexplained messages people get are from God that is why people involved in spiritualism and new age cults get fooled.

Later it is found that the priest that was there and the dead man in the grave knew each other. The man in the grave is thought to be a priest but he was there as an impostor.

The crime is solved and Murdoch wants to get to know his sister after not seeing her for many years. She tells him she loves him but is going back to where she was that God is calling her. She also tells him she does not have long to live. It is a very sad and tender ending.

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