Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal

Season 1 Episode 15

The Greenhouse Effect/The Buzz

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Aired Saturday 5:00 PM Feb 15, 1997 on
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The Greenhouse Effect/The Buzz
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Case File #984141: "The Greenhouse Effect"

A family home in Beaconsfield, Quebec, is overrun by aggressive plants, and one family member is attacked by them.

Case File #213127: "The Buzz"

A mysterious buzzing noise seems to coincide with unexplained deaths in the town of Cranbrook, Montana.moreless

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    Dan Aykroyd

    Dan Aykroyd

    The Host

    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

    Maurice Dean Wint

    Maurice Dean Wint

    Case Manager Dr. Curtis Rollins

    Richard Donat

    Richard Donat

    Cole Conacher

    Guest Star

    Marnie McPhail

    Marnie McPhail

    Randi Hartley

    Guest Star

    Jennifer Pisana

    Jennifer Pisana

    Sally Hartley

    Guest Star

    Soo Garay

    Soo Garay

    Dr. Claire Linda Davison

    Recurring Role

    Kathryn Winslow

    Kathryn Winslow

    Investigator

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • (intro for The Greenhouse Effect)
        Animals are not the only carnivorous organisms in our world. Certain plants like the bladderwort, the Venus flytrap and the Malaysian pitcher plant have the ability to consume meat to stay alive. The OSIR has been confronted with many strange occurences in its thirty-plus years of activity - a consolidation of plants seeming to attack humans for sustenance has to be one of the most intriguing cases ever.

      • (extro for The Greenhouse Effect)
        Someday the scientific disciplines of biology, botany and entymology may discover and confirm the nature of the anomalous relationship between flora and fauna as presented in Case# 984141. And when science can offer explanations for such anomalies, then mystery is forced to play a lesser role in determining whether there is, or is not, a psi factor.

      • (intro for The Buzz)
        The rustle of leaves in the wind, a bird's song, the voice of a loved one - our world is enveloped in an invisible and bountiful mantle of sound. When the OSIR investigated an inexplicable audio phenomenon in Cranbrook, Montana, their challenge was not only to trace its origins but to assist authorities in ridding the town of a sudden and mysterious plague of rats.

      • (extro for The Buzz)
        Ultra high frequency sound, unobtrusive and effective, a modern solution to the age old problem - rats. And yet because of the unanticipated interaction of the employed frequencies, the townspeople were subjected to a terrifying and deadly situation. These events are a vivid warning of what can happen when technology is employed without proper forethought.

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