The Paranormal Borderline

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ON THIS WEEK ON "THE PARANORMAL BORDERLINE":
STRANGE CASES OF SPONTANEOUS HUMAN COMBUSTION; A FAMILY
TORMENTED BY DESTRUCTIVE SPIRITS IN THEIR ATTIC AND
A TEENAGE GIRL SENDS MESSAGES FROM THE HEREAFTER TO LET
HER FAMILY KNOW THAT SHE HAS BECOME AN ANGEL, AIRING
TUESDAY APRIL 30 (9:00-10:00 P.M. ET/PT) ON UPN

Episode Seven - This episode examines strange cases of spontaneous human combustion, where individuals' bodies suddenly catch fire and burn them to death, leaving behind no more than a pile of smoldering ash; Doretta and her family began experiencing strange phenomena shortly after they moved into their new home. At first it was harmless; wallpaper sliding off the walls and new paint bubling, but it soon became dangerous. Despite the fact that these spirits have levitated objects and set fires, Doreen is struggling to maintain a relationship with the tntities; One day, 15-year-old Tara told her younger sister that she would always be her guardian angel. A few days later, Tara was killed in a car accident and, to her family's amazement, Tara has left many messages letting them know that she is now an angel; Julie's father was a top NASA scientist and, after his death in 1990, Julie discovered a manuscript that chronicled her father's involvement in "unconventional flying projects" for the agency. She is bringing it to the public; After being struck by lightening in 1970, Joseph developed amazing powers of remote viewing which he now uses to assist the military in locating missing persons and downed aircraft; Tony was an unknown 7-year-old until he was gunned down in cold blood on Halloween as he trick-or-treated, but his community is dedicated to finding his killer. This episode of "The Paranormal Borderline" airs TUESDAY, APRIL 30 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT) on UPN.

Jonathan Frakes ("Star Trek: The Next Generation") hosts.