Profiling psychic children and twins, including identical twins Linda and Terry Jamison, who predicted terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Washington, D.C., during an appearance on a radio show in 1999.
Cases include Dr. Hawley Crippen, who poisoned his wife in 1910 and was executed for the crime; and Dr. Sam Sheppard, who was convicted of murdering his wife in 1954 but later had the conviction overturned.
Examining what causes some people to participate in dangerous activities. Profiles include an architect who attempted to circumnavigate the globe in a hot-air balloon; a man who enjoys the sport of street luge; and a grandmother on the rodeo circuit.
“Death Cheaters” looks at cases in which people survived life-threatening situations. Included is a man who survived a plane crash that killed most of the other passengers; and a firefighter who survived after her air supply ran out.
Three stories about communicating with the spirit world, including the account of a man who believes a psychic saved his life. Also: an accountant who claims that she's a channeler; and the tale of a medium-in-training.