Poltergeist: The Legacy

Season 1 Episode 7

Man in the Mist

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM May 24, 1996 on
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A phantom that appears in mist is revealed to be an old boat captain, even though he died in a shipwreck he has returned to fulfill a pledge he made to his wife. Meanwhile Philip considers the option to quit the Legacy one and for all.

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    Julian Stone

    Julian Stone

    Man from the mist

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    Chilton Crane

    Chilton Crane

    Caroline

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    Bill Croft

    Bill Croft

    First Convict

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • In this episode we get a rare glimpse of Nick's inner feelings for his friends. He rarely shows emotion towards anything, but in this episode he opens up to Derek.

        With Philip thinking of leaving, Nick is mad that he would leave after only a few months of being back. Derek manages to work out why Nick is so mad with Philip.

        The reason is that Nick has never had a stable family in his life. His father beat him, and his brother left him at a young age. Nick sees the Legacy as his home now, so he views Philip's departure as losing another brother.

      • Chilton Crane, who plays Caroline in the flashback scene, would later appear in the second season episode Rough Beast as Anne Lasker, Tracy Lasker's mother.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Nick: (after again being asked by Derek why he joined the Legacy) Maybe this is all due to the fact that for the first time in my life, I feel like I'm part of something special. Maybe I've finally found my niche in life and I just don't anyone else to rock the boat. And maybe, that is the right answer and you'll get off my case!

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