It's Hayley"s birthday! To celebrate, here's the Season Two Blooper Reel...
Ellen's ever after.
Ellen and Saoirse take their leave of the Doctor.
This episode of Palimpsest contains depictions of graphic violence.
Ellen and Saoirse make their move. Talbot is not what he appears to be.
Ellen remembers Ma. Saoirse talks of home.
A thank you from Jamie and Hayley, and a couple of small bits of info.
Ellen talks with Saoirse and then with the doctor. Wailings and waylayings.
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Ellen looks through the curtains. Back room business.
Mr. Clutch plays a trick, and Ellen explores the back yard with Saoirse.
Ellen meets the denizens, and has a talk with Saoirse.
Ellen meets her charge.
We meet Ellen, who finds herself in an unplanned place.
Season Two is a little less than a month away...
Jamie and Hayley tell you what's coming up for Palimpsest
Season One Finale. A visit to the neighbor's. Anneliese's last recording.
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Every story is a ghost story. Mrs. Aickmann's box. Footprints and revelations.
Memories. Doctors. Anneliese finds something in the basement. Blood.
Chapter Six by Jamieson Ridenhour and Hayley Heninger
Party at Anneliese's! Bailey tells a ghost story. Something's under the tree. Quality time with Alex.
Featuring music by the Crane Wives. Find more info at http://www.thecranewives.com/home
Anneliese tries to get ready for the party. Something's in the mirror. The dog does more than bark.
Anneliese meets the the little boy she saw in the yard.
Anneliese tells more about Claire. Odd things happen in the apartment, and we meet some neighbors.
Anneliese moves into a new apartment and restarts her audio journal.
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The Palimpsest theme music, composed and performed by Ian Ridenhour.