It's 1958 and Russell Keys has long since left his family. During one of his abductions, however, he see his 12-year-old son Jesse has also been abducted. Keys has been trying to find a pattern to his abductions in the hope of avoiding being taken. So he returns to his home in Illinois and convinces his son to run away with him. His ex-wife Kate, who is re-married to Sheriff Bill Walker, is frantic particularly when Russell returns but Jesse does not. Owen Crawford is now a Lieutenant Colonel and in charge of the program resulting from the Roswell crash. Very little has been accomplished in the last 11 years so he fires the entire team and decides on a new tack. In Texas, Sally Clarke's son Jacob is now 10 years old and clearly has special powers. His half-brother and sister want to send him away to a boarding school to protect him but Sally is completely against the idea. She reconsiders after getting an unexpected visit from Crawford who tries to dupe her.
Did You Know?
On November 1, 1953, Kate Keys reads the children's book "The Adventures of Artemis P. Fonswick" by Hilda Bohem to her son Jesse. The author is named after Hilda Bohem
, the mother of the series' creator and sole writer Leslie Bohem
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[to Jacob, repeated line
I love you. Everyday and twice on Sundays.