Abbie understands the tablet has meaning and several past deaths are but a prelude to the second Tribulation. A new player is drawn to secrets and fear like a moth to the flame. Crane moves in with Abbie as he looks for a place but his "Bedfordshire Clapper" does not get any applause. The death of Paul Everett, a 30-something guy on his phone with the FBI as he was quite literally, scared into a heart attack, is the first case. Abbie encounters her new FBI boss, Daniel Patrick, an agent with whom Abbie went to the Academy. Even Crane senses there is history between them. Crane deduces several facts which tie the death of Everett and another man to 1776. Using old memories and past manuevers with a very old flame, Betsy Ross, Crane uncovers strategy to defeat "the wraith," as he and Abbie call it. Abbie and Crane try to keep a third victim out of shadows and away from the wraith. Joe Corbin, the son of Sheriff August Corbin, is kidnapped by a thug named Randall. Jenny has to settle ...
Did You Know?
At 1:43 Crane tells Mills that he has just prepared a delicious Bedfordshire Clangor which is an English suet pastry filled with meat, potatoes and onions. See more
When Jennifer is talking to Joe, she mentions his Marine medical training. The United States Marine Corps does not have any medical personnel. Navy Hospital Corpsmen are the medics for the Marines. If Joe had been a Navy Corpsman, the statement would be accurate. See more
I shall find my place in this modern world, but never at the expense of my colonial soul.
Not Fade Away
Written by Buddy Holly
and Norman Petty
Performed by Buddy Holly See more