When a voodoo priestess predicts her own murder as well as the man responsible, a skeptical Poole believes the truth lies in an old missing persons case.

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Mona Hammond ...
Angelique Morel
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Molly Kerr
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Nicholas Dunham
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Father Charles Dean
William Vanderpuye ...
Tom Hilton (as Will Vanderpuye)
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Having read in the chicken bones in front of witnesses including policeman Dwayne that she will be murdered by a scarred man,voodoo priestess Angelique Morel is indeed poisoned,with cyanide apparently stolen from the school where her son-in-law Nicholas Dunham is headmaster and science teacher. Years earlier Nicholas's wife Delilah,Angelique's daughter,had mysteriously disappeared after having an affair with Charles Dean,now a Catholic priest. Camille and the rest of Poole's team are convinced that Angelique found out that Nicholas killed Angelique because she had discovered that he did away with her daughter. But Nicholas has a cast iron alibi. So who is trying to set him up? And what did happen to Delilah ? The appliance of science leads Poole to the answer. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The title of this episode is sometimes given as "Predicting Murder". See more »

Goofs

Camille, who is an experienced detective sergeant who graduated at the top of her class and was trained in Paris, shouldn't need an explanation of the well-established method of using cyanoacrylate mist to obtain fingerprints. See more »

Quotes

Camille Bordey: You are the most annoying man I've ever met.
DI Richard Poole: It's a very small island.
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References Jerry Maguire (1996) See more »

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You're Wondering Now
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written by Coxsone Dodd
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