Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal

Season 1 Episode 5

Free Fall/The Presence

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Aired Saturday 5:00 PM Oct 26, 1996 on
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Free Fall/The Presence
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Case File #47129: "Free Fall"

In Emerson, Manitoba, a novice skydiver's parachute fails to open, yet he floats to the ground as if gravity has no effect.

Case File #92109: "The Presence"

A child fears a destructive force has entered the family home in Seattle, Washington.moreless

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    Dan Aykroyd

    Dan Aykroyd

    The Host

    Maurice Dean Wint

    Maurice Dean Wint

    Case Manager Dr. Curtis Rollins

    Barclay Hope

    Barclay Hope

    Physicist Peter Axon

    Nancy Anne Sakovich

    Nancy Anne Sakovich

    Senior Data Analyst Lindsay Donner

    Paul Miller (III)

    Paul Miller (III)

    Case Manager Professor Connor Doyle

    Colin Fox

    Colin Fox

    Dr. Anton Hendricks

    Albert Schultz

    Albert Schultz

    Peter McGrattan

    Guest Star

    Gina Wilkinson

    Gina Wilkinson

    Dr. Leslie Stafford

    Guest Star

    William Greenblatt

    William Greenblatt

    Jeremy Stansky

    Guest Star

    Kathryn Winslow

    Kathryn Winslow

    Technician

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      • Free Fall Opening Narration: Skydiving - it's described by enthusiasts as an exhilarating release from all worries and concerns. Skydivers know that the law of gravity governs all objects and bodies in our world - that's why they wear parachutes. But this law didn't hold true in the case of Peter McGratten. For in the midst of seeking to overcome his own personal insecurities, he discovered that he was an incredible exception to one of life's universal rules.

      • Free Fall Closing Narration: Were unknown external forces the cause of this amazing phenomenon, or was it generated from within Peter McGratten? The limits of human potential have yet to be fully explored, in fact we're just beginning to realize the innate powers which lie within ourselves in all our capacities. Only the OSIR knows whether Peter continues to tempt fate or whether he became a small headline in a local paper - "Chute Failure Ends in Local Tragedy".

      • The Presence Opening Narration: The family home - ideally a place where parents create a sanctuary from the uncertainties and turmoil of the world outside. Jeremy Stansky, a happy, healthy eight year old, had every reason to expect that his home was a safe refuge from danger and strife. His mother, Debbie, and his father, Kevin, believed that their own diligent efforts had made this family home the loving, comfortable haven their child deserved. Yet despite Jeremy's expectations, under cover of darkness a mysterious intruder entered their refuge, violated its tranquility and created a nightmare, a nightmare the OSIR was brought in to dispel.

      • The Presence Closing Narration: The intruder that violated the Stansky home was neither malevolent poltergeist, a grotesque monster, nor a mysterious undiscovered force of nature. It was just a very ordinary and very earth-bound abandoned reptile. After the python was moved to the local zoo, the Stansky family experienced no further nocturnal visitations and resumed their normal lives undisturbed. Jeremy's sleepwalking phase eventually passed. Though the explanation secured by the OSIR was ultimately a simple one, nevertheless a family's sanctuary had been violated. Simple reason or not, the Stansky's feel a great debt to the Office of Scientific Investigation and Research for restoring their home as the shelter and refuge it is supposed to be.

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