Dean and Sam visit Dean's old boy's home that's now being haunted by a ghost.

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Dean gets a call from an old friend named Sonny asking for help with a ghost. Sonny runs a home for delinquent boys, and Dean was sent there for stealing food when he was younger. Sam is stunned he never knew this about his brother and asks for more information, but Dean dodges his questions. Another murder occurs while Sam and Dean are at the house, so they scramble to find the culprit before anyone else dies. Meanwhile, Dean looks up an old girlfriend and recalls his time at the house. Written by Anonymous

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Erin Karpluk played in episode#21 (Freak Nation) of "Dark Angel" along with star Jensen Ackles. Both of them played super-soldiers, Erin Karpluk played Gem an X-5 while Jensen Ackles play Alec X-5 494 (He also played Ben X-5 493 in season one, a psychopath). See more »

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The holes in the barn door don't match the tractor tines either. There are only four holes when there are seven tines, the holes are very spaced and they are quite centered on the right door, whereas the bloody tines are the ones one the right (when facing the tractor). There is no room on that door for the three remaining tines on the left. See more »

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References The Omen (1976) See more »

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Blood Drops Keep Falling on My Head
Written by Christopher Lennertz
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An excellent, classic styled episode...
20 November 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode instantly feels like one from the old seasons. Right from the classic ghost killing at the beginning (with cold breath scenes) right to using a classic fire poker and salt to defend themselves. Also it contains a very interesting insight into Dean's past. Dean gets a call from Sonny, the owner of a home for boys, about a mysterious death. Dean then informs Sam he was sent here as punishment for stealing food. I loved Sonny's character, he is an ex-con who bettered himself and he feels like a genuine father figure for Dean, very caring and understanding. This episode makes you wonder how bad of a father John was, as he purposefully left Dean at the home for months. The ghost in the episode is kept unseen until the end, which I liked, as it kept it very mysterious and I genuinely had no idea why the ghost was there until Sam discovers Timmy's drawings. It turns out the ghost was Timmy's mother, protecting him after she once did when she died in a car accident. She was quite creepy when she just appeared, I liked the special effects on her, as she burned in the car crash this was emphasised in her ghostly form. The main selling point of this episode for me was all the flashbacks to Dean's time at the farm. Every now and then we see Dean go from hating being there and not caring, to trusting Sonny and even getting his first kiss. The young actor who played Dean did a great job at emulating older Dean's mannerisms. I felt so sorry for Dean at the end when he was happy with Robin and was about to take her to the school dance, only to have John show up and take him. The look on his face when he saw little Sam in the car and knew he had to leave his relationship with Robin behind, it was heartbreaking. As I said before it makes you wonder if John was a bad father, dragging his son's around hunting when they both could of had good lives. Overall I loved this episode, partly for its classic, ghost hunt/haunted house feel and mainly for Dean's past. Sonny and Robin were great characters, I really liked them both and loved Dean and Robin together. Very emotional at the end. :)


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