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Ned brings a Ouija board to class as a present for his Occult Anthropology professor, Avery Grant. He follows Avery to her office. Her assistant tells her that the concert flyer was on her office door. Ned convinces her into speaking to the Ouija board. The board flips up and points to yes. When it lands back on the desk Avery finds a flower underneath it.

At lunch, Ned meets with the gang about researching more of the Shinnings. He tells them about his professor and what happened. After a group discussion, they come to believe that Avery’s dead fiancé is haunting her.

Across the street Avery sees him looking at her shrine/blog and is a bit upset. She thinks that Ned is into her and demands him to drop the class. Ned tries to tell Avery that he has friends that talk to spirits and believes that she is being haunted. Besides her better judgment, she decides to go to the concert.

That Wednesday, Melinda and Eli head to the concert to find her.  They find Avery and see her cell phone basically fly into a mans lap. Melinda finds her and tries to tell her about her abilities. As reluctant as she is, the professor agrees.

Avery comes home to a house full of romantic candles, flowers, and her favorite music. She knows that Curtis is in the room with her. He gets her to put on a DVD, but it is just fuzz.

Back at Melinda’s house she is cooking dinner. The ghost shows up and makes a mess of everything.  In glitter, he tells Melinda that so is she. She realizes that maybe both of them are not willing to give each other up.

Eli and Melinda realize that Curtis is not the ghost and Ned points out that no man ghost would write a message in glitter. Since it is not Curtis, then Eli and Ned come to the termination that it is her grandmother. 

That night, Avery tries to communicate with her grandmother, but it doesn’t work. She is not talking back. Furious, Avery throws the Ouija board away. In the middle of the night, she wakes up with the TV on and the Ouija board on her coffee table.

The next day, Ned gets Avery to go to the movie rental store where the ghost wanted her to go. When she gets there, the same guy from the concert is there. They hit it off and the little ghost girl, Madison, vanishes.
Back at Melinda’s store, Aiden is there and touches the Ouija bard. He tells his mom that the board talks and it is the voice of the little ghost girl who has a bloody slash on her face.

They find out that the man Avery was suppose to meet with is Madison’s father. He killed his daughter - three years ago.  Avery puts it together that he was the one driving the car and he not only killed his daughter in that accident, but he killed Curtis as well.

Avery gets up devastated and leaves. Melinda and Eli are finally putting together who the ghost is and she comes to talk to the in the Ouija board. The Ouija board tells them someone is going to die very soon.

Avery almost gets into a terrible car accident. She is knocked out for a moment and awakes to Madison’s dad trying to saver her and get her out of the car. Melinda shows up. She sees that Madison is there with them  and tells her she didn’t want the accident to happen.

Madison tells them that after the accident she realized that both Avery and her father would come visit the same spot, but just miss each other.  Madison was trying to get them to meet and talk because they have a lot in common besides the basic things - the accident. She did not want her death to be in vain. That maybe these two could move on in their lives together.  Madison goes into the light.

Back and home, Jim and Melinda are cleaning up Aiden’s toys when Melinda realizes that no one died. Jim tries to comfort her by saying maybe the ghost was wrong. The board starts to move on its own and tells them no. Someone will die and it will be soon.

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The Ghost Whisperer Season 5 Episode 14 Quotes

I cant tell if this is a seduction or a séance.


Spirits don't belong here, they belong in the light.