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Melinda Gordon inherited her "gift" - the ability to see and talk with the spirits of dead people - from, and was coached in its use by her grandmother.
Running an antique store in a small town, newly married to a paramedic, Melinda helps the ghosts wandering around, who are trapped between worlds, by helping them to resolve unfulfilled aspects of their former life.
When this series first played on TV, I missed several episodes, which rather annoyed me as I LOVE this programme!! So I was absolutely delighted to get my hands on the full Series One DVD collection, and settled in to have a major Ghost Whisperer marathon. Once more I was fully drawn in to each episode, unwilling to even pause the dvd unless I really needed to.
With each episode, you're led through a tale filled with suspense and drama that is often quite moving, as Melinda Gordon sets about doing what she can to help put things right between earthbound spirits and their loved ones.
Now although I'm not much of a "Jennifer Love Hewitt" fan, I thoroughly enjoyed her performance in Ghost Whisperer, as she seemed to have lost her usual "ditzy" air that I've noticed with most of her characters.
This is a series I can easily watch over and over again, and whether you're one for ghostly stories, or tales filled with drama and suspense, Ghost Whisperer is well worth giving a try, Jennifer Love Hewitt fan or not.
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