Season 1 Episode 4

Little Miss Lost

Aired Unknown Mar 03, 2003 on ABC
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Little Miss Lost
Paul is shaken when a bus explodes after he sees the visage of a young girl aboard. After the tragedy, Paul learns that the unidentified body of a small girl is being held in the local morgue. The body is amazingly without any scars or evidence of the explosion, although he is certain that she is the girl he saw. Soon another disaster occurs, also accompanied by a vision of the girl and another identical unclaimed body. After further visitations and tragedies, Paul realizes that the girl's ghostly appearance is causing these catastrophes and he searches for a way to placate the disturbed spirit. The investigation leads the team to Rosanna Wye, the now aged mother of the young girl. The telling of her story and their ultimate reunion finally puts the little girl's spirit to rest.moreless

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  • QUOTES (5)

    • Alva: It could mean that she is coming into our world more strongly, more powerfully than before, and if that's true then it means the veil is getting thinner.

    • Delwin: (To Paul) You two married?
      Evelyn: No.
      Delwin: I wouldn't let her get away, heh.

    • Delwin: Have you ever heard a horse scream? I was overseas during World War II. I saw a lot of things I wish I hadn't. But this was as bad as any of it. Maybe worse.

    • Tommy: Help us. It's real.
      Paul: What is? The Darkness?
      Tommy: (Nods) It wants.
      Paul: What? What does it want?
      Tommy: Everything.

    • Alva: This girl is not a harbinger spirit.
      Paul: She's not warning me of these tragedies?
      Alva: No.
      Evelyn: She's causing them.
      Paul: Why would the ghost of a little girl be killing people?
      Alva: She's probably not even aware that she is. This is just some sort of by-product of her materializations. Any situation has the potential for tragedy... every time a plane takes off... every time we get into a car... Wherever this little girl appears she tips the scales. Her presence turns the potential into the actual.

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