In Washington, DC, Senator Albert Hanover goes to the estate of spiritualist Ernest Gide, and takes his friend Senator Ben Baldwyn with him. Two other important couples are also in attendance. Ernest says that one of them is burned with sorrow, and takes Hanover's hand. He tries to reach Hanover's deceased wife Margaret and her face appears floating in the center of the table. Margaret calls to Hanover and tells him not to be troubled. She says that things are different than they thought, and warns that the work he's engaged in won't be successful. Margaret tells her husband that he's going in wrong directions, says that she loves him, and disappears. Ernest says that he will bring her back... another time...Read the full recap
Kate: Haven't you forgotten something?
Kate: Your face.
Daniel: Oh, you noticed.
Daniel: Pardon me while I take my head off.
When Ernest realizes that they're frauds, Kate says that they're with the American Psychic Research Institute. Later, when Ernest introduces Kate to Hanover, Ernest says that she's with the American Center for Psychic Research.