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Visions show Sam, still hunting for the master demon with Dean, the way to another small town where paranormal events occur, some innocent, some chillingly evil. The Winchester brothers are convinced it's all the paranormal work of 23-year-old Andy Gallagher, but doubt as that boy, although a bit of an outcast loser living in a van filled with philosophy as well as rock music seems sincerely surprised and using his powers with self-control. Soon they find after rescuing Tracy from what seems his work there is another at least as able and less scrupled, in fact, Andy's secret twin-brother, whose vengeance for their separation strikes out mercilessly, a cool killer, which even Andy may be unable to help the brothers stop in his sadistic steps...
Sam's visions lead them to Andy Gallagher (23), another 'chosen one'. Dean falls victim to Andy's mental powers, allowing Sam, who can't be affected, to hear his brother's buried fears. Realizing that, Sam asks his brother to let them go ahead while they rescue Tracy, the victim of Andy's previously unknown twin. Webber's abilities, with control far superior to both Sam and Andy, could spell doom for Dean.
Andy Gallagher 23, a loser and outcast, he's a latter-day hippie who is into Vicodin and hard rock, and who lives in a tricked out van filled with heavy philosophical texts that indicate an innate thoughtfulness. Andy has the extraordinary power to control people's minds, but until recently, he has confined his power to small matters, like "borrowing" people's cars and "persuading" the local doctor to write him prescriptions .
Sam has a premonition of a man shooting another and committing suicide later, and they seek Ash in the Harvelle's Roadhouse. With the identification of the Blue Ridge bus of Sam's vision, Ash finds that the location is Guthrie, Oklahoma, and they believe that the paranormal Andrew Gallagher is the responsible for the murders. The Winchester brothers drive to the place and lure the locals Tracy and Webber to find Andy. They discover that the outcast Andy has the ability to control minds, but Sam is not affected by his power. When Holly Beckett soaks her clothes with gasoline in a gas station and burns herself to ashes, they realize that Andy is not the responsible for the deaths. Their further investigation discloses that Andy has a twin brother that was separated for adoption after the delivery by Holly.
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