Haunted (Complete TV Series)
Directed by Rick Ramage and Andrew Cosby and Bill Norton and Peter Markle
Haunted (Complete TV Series)
Bree Michael Warner
A rising star of the Seattle police, Frank Taylor's guilt over the kidnapping of his son destroys his marriage and costs him his job. Two years later, now a private investigator specializing in finding missing persons, Frank is shot by a suspect whom he in turn kills. On the operating table Frank (Matthew Fox, Bone Tomahawk, TV’s Lost) is declared dead, but then is miraculously revived. After recovery, Frank begins to have strange episodes, he hears unusual noises and sees people who aren't there, including the suspect he had killed. He realizes that he's still connected to the world of the dead. Desperate and frightened at first, he comes to realize that his hauntings can help him solve cases and save lives and may ultimately help him solve the mystery of what happened to his son. Featuring Lynn Collins (X-Men Origins: Wolverine, John Carter), Russell Hornsby (Fences), Michael Irby (Law Abiding Citizen) and John Mann (Underworld: Evolution). Created by Rick Ramage (Stigmata) and Andrew Cosby (TV’s Eureka).
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