Declan and Miranda investigate strange showers in a practically deserted town.
The host of a popular radio show loses his voice and hears whispering in his head.
Peggy's friend Johanna miraculously survives a motorcycle accident in Uganda, then she is accused of being a witch; Peggy, Declan and Miranda go to Africa to exonerate Johanna in time to prevent her execution.
Declan's investigation of an allegedly fraudulent televangelist gets turned upside down when it turns out he really can heal the sick.
Visions force Declan to track down a childhood friend who has leukemia.
Declan nearly hits with his truck a man who claims to be from 1934.
Coincidental deaths seem to follow Declan's new teaching assistant.
Declan searches for the cause of strange electrical mishaps that revolve around Miranda's new friend.
Miranda discovers she has developed a different personality and new talents after surviving a deadly electric shock.
A car crash victim confined to a wheelchair for 20 years miraculously heals and walks again, but his disabilities handicapped his family.
A man suddenly develops ability to perform complicated surgeries.
Awakening from a 16-year coma, a woman confronts the heartache her condition caused her family and the possibility that her dream world might have been more real than she imagined.
After getting robbed, Declan encounters an amazingly accurate police sketch artist with agoraphobia and a killer stalking her.
After saving Peggy's life, a prospective bridegroom begins to believe she is his true soul mate, not the woman he is slated to marry.
A man believes that the end of the world is near and secures his family in a bunker.
A blind man (Sean Day Michael) miraculously drives his wife to the hospital where she gives birth to a baby who seems to have healing powers.
Paramedics revive a high-strung man (Benjamin Ratner) who believes his imaginary childhood friend made the strange 911 call that saved his life.
A boy claims his deceased brother is speaking to him through a bedroom painting.
A condemned man (William Forsythe) on death row receives a lethal injection but does not die.
Declan, Peggy and Miranda brave the wilderness to find a "holy man" who possesses healing powers.
A bullet miraculously passes through a student (Martin Starr) leaving him unharmed.
A firefighter, set ablaze in a burning building, survives without a single burn.
A man dies in the ER, but the body comes back to life when consigned to a drawer in the morgue.
Declan's mentor, an anthropologist, has unsettling visions caused by a brain tumor.
A girl (guest star Kirsten Prout) wakes up in a park still dressed in her nightclothes with no idea how she got there. With Rae Dawn Chong and Adrian Pasdar.
Declan investigates a cardiologist who is wooing Peggy.
A deaf man regains his hearing after being struck by lightning and also gains the ability to predict future events.
Declan investigates a man who had foreknowledge of a plane crash.
A police officer's prayer for a chance to prevent his partner's death is answered with unexpected consequences.
Declan discovers a veil with tremendous healing powers but is forced to make a tough decision when it begins to disintegrate.
A stained-glass window sheds tears at an inner-city funeral, rallying the community to end street violence.
Peggy keeps seeing the ghost of a recent suicide.
An old woman who predicts the future tells Declan his sister is dying.
A student may be channeling a message from a murder victim.
A window washer crashes through the top of a parked convertible.
A suicidal girl claims she is haunted by demons.
Four people are mysteriously drawn to a bridge in New Zealand.
Declan believes that voices haunting a woman who has schizophrenia may be real.
Declan investigates two students who may be twins separated at birth.
Declan investigates a legend of protective spirits.
Declan breaks his leg while white-water rafting.
A woman can give people good luck merely by touching them.
A woman waits for her husband to contact her one year after his death.
Declan Dunn, an anthropology professor, and Peggy Fowler, a psychiatrist, try to explain how a boy survived from drowning.