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Mitchell makes friends with a boy on the street named Bernie, but after a terrible misunderstanding things turn very nasty, and before long there is a full-blown witch-hunt in the neighbourhood.
Mitchell confronts Herrick over his encouraging Lauren's blood lust - including a DVD of her killing a young man after sex - but Herrick taunts him for not sticking to his own kind and trying to be human. Later Lauren appears to tell Mitchell she is happy with her lot and wish him good-bye. Going home he befriends Fleur, a single mother and her twelve-year-old son Bernie but they accidentally watch the fatal DVD and the neighbours persecute the boys as child molesters. Locals attack the house and Bernie is nearly killed with Fleur and Mitchell facing a huge responsibility as to his future though the decision leaves the boys' tenancy secure. Annie's reaction to the true nature of her demise sparks off poltergeist activities.
The truth of how she died adversely affects Annie, bringing about bursts of spontaneous poltergeist activity whenever she rages. Meanwhile, as George pushes Nina out of his life to spare her from his cursed affliction, Mitchell befriends a lonely neighborhood boy and his alcoholic mother. When the boy mistakenly gets ahold of Lauren's DVD, his mother thinks George and Mitchell are child molesters targeting her son. She turns the neighbourhood against the lads, leading to an eventual dire consequence and a difficult decision.
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