Sea of Souls (2004– )
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Findley Morrison seeks Dr. Douglas Monaghan's assistance when strange things happen in his house. All family members, including his wife Carol, son Dominic and daughters Claire and Martha ... See full summary »

Director:

Brian Kelly

Writers:

David Kane (creator), Ed Whitmore
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Krystina Coates Krystina Coates ... Martha Morrison
Dawn Steele ... Justine McManus
Robbie MacLellan Robbie MacLellan ... Billy McManus
Bill Paterson ... Dr. Douglas Monaghan
Louis Dempsey ... Damian Kelly
Nigel Terry ... Prof. Michael Holloway
Iain Robertson ... Craig Stevenson
James Fleet ... Findlay Morrison
Lisa Gardner Lisa Gardner ... Donna Taylor
Louise Irwin Louise Irwin ... Tina Logan
Michelle Duncan ... Claire Morrison
Lesley Vickerage ... Carol Morrison
Benjamin Davies ... Dominic Morrison
Clara Perez Clara Perez ... Maria
Jamie Pigott ... Alec Hart
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Findley Morrison seeks Dr. Douglas Monaghan's assistance when strange things happen in his house. All family members, including his wife Carol, son Dominic and daughters Claire and Martha have heard noises, experienced doors opening or closing and perhaps even seen images of someone moving about, though never clearly. Douglas and his assistant Justine McManus spend some time in the house and they too begin to experience some of these strange occurrences. They are also beginning to see the numbers 2976 being repeated. Douglas believes that if there is a poltergeist in the house, it will likely focus its activities on one of the occupants and the evidence begins to point to the Morrisons' eldest daughter Claire. As more information becomes available however and they begin to ask more pointed questions, Carol Morrison abruptly asks them to leave. Written by garykmcd

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 January 2005 (UK) See more »

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skeleton in the cupboard
26 September 2006 | by georgioskarpouzasSee all my reviews

This is the first episode of series 2 that I have seen and. At first was rather bored but quickly I regained interest. Two parallel stories, one important, the other secondary run in the episode. I got used to the new actor as the two members of the Professor's team. I preferred the girl who is not as beautiful as the first one but has character and substance, the first had also to be fair.I still waiver among who is better I have to see more episodes of the second series to decide.The obvious thing is that the new girl has a pronounced Scottish accent thus making the ambiance of the series more Scottish.The I liked less than the former one, judging from the one episode I saw but I do not thing that may verdict will be reversed by what will follow.I noted that in this episode there is something like the restitution of right and good.I suspect that the series creators found that the bleak acceptance of evil's omnipotence in the first series was something of a disadvantage commercially. But I can not say without having seen the whole series. There was in chat an opinion that the series deteriorates from wonderful to terrible, there was also the exactly opposite opinion.I can not say yet, I just think that the episode I saw was very slightly less good than the ones of the first series, but that has probably to do with the fact that the surprise element has been lost and I am getting used to the series tricks-something like a government who is long in power and starts declining. This has not happened to these series yet, though.


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