Kolchak is kidnapped by a man who insists that he has been sending him secret messages through his stories.
Similar deaths that have occurred every 35 years since the Beacon was founded.
Kolchak tries to find out who killed two late-night office workers and why their bodies are mummified.
Before the phantom band of bikers can attack again, Kolchak and Perri go on the run to protect the one woman who can answer their questions about agent Caleca.
Kolchak refuses to give agent Fain (John Pyper-Ferguson) the identity of his source on a story about a gang of bikers who killed a drug dealer.
Kolchak follows a trail of mysterious deaths, leading to a troubled boy and his seemingly abusive father.
When a series of murders mimics those committed by a now-dead bioterrorist, the FBI thinks it is dealing with a copycat.
A bizarre accident results in the death of a coed, leading Kolchak to probe the activities of a college society that appears to be performing rituals in a mysterious old house.
The legal team that put a cult leader away commits inexplicable murders, and Kolchak believes the team is under the influence of the vengeful man in prison.
A murder uncannily similar to his wife's leads Carl Kolchak to Los Angeles, where he struggles to convince his skeptical newspaper colleagues that his theories, though wild, are valid.