Cell Block Psychic - Netflix
Every murder leaves behind haunting questions for the victim's loved ones. Why did this happen to my daughter? How did he end up in that part of town? Are they in a better place now? Unfortunately, those questions are left to haunt those left behind... until now. Cell Block Psychic introduces Vicki Monroe, a psychic medium who believes that a closed case doesn't mean closure. In this limited three-part series, Investigation Discovery delves into the paranormal phenomena of communicating with spirits, and bringing real answers to grieving families. Each episode follows Monroe's investigation into a homicide, anchored by heart-wrenching sessions where Monroe communicates with the murder victim in the presence of their loved ones to decipher their final messages from beyond the grave. To provide a complete understanding of the crime, Monroe also travels behind prison walls to talk to the spirits around the stone-cold killers who have been convicted for the crimes. Receiving answers to questions that only the victim and the killer would know, Monroe is able to piece together what happened before, during, and after a murder. Monroe's otherworldly insights have helped close cold cases and solve high profile investigations, as she works to get answers from beyond to bring closure to suffering families. These are the true stories of murders, as told by the victims themselves.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Cell Block Psychic - Neville Brand - Netflix
Neville Brand (born Lawrence Neville Brand; August 13, 1920 – April 16, 1992) was an American television and film actor. He was also a highly decorated World War II American combat soldier.
Cell Block Psychic - 1970s - Netflix
In the 1970s Brand could be seen in Westward the Wagon (1971), Lock, Stock and Barrel (1971), The Chicago Teddy Bears, Marriage: Year One, andThe Smith Family. He played Hoss Cartwright's (Dan Blocker) Swedish uncle Gunnar Borgstrom on Bonanza in the episode “The Last Viking”. He was in Longstreet, Alias Smith and Jones, Adventures of Nick Carter, Marcus Welby, M.D., Two for the Money (1972), No Place to Run (1972), The Police Connection (1972), This Is a Hijack (1973), Cahill U.S. Marshal (1973) with John Wayne, Scalawag (1973), The Magician, The Deadly Trackers (1973) with Richard Harris, Killdozer (1974), Death Stalk (1975), Police Story, Police Woman, Barbary Coast, Kojak, Mobile One, McCloud, Psychic Killer (1975), Island of Adventure, The Quest, and Captains and the Kings. In 1975 Brand did an interview where he admitted to being an alcoholic and having spent more of his fortune. Brand was top billed in Eaten Alive (1976) directed by Tobe Hooper. He was in Fire! (1977), The Mouse and His Child (1977), Baretta, Captains Courageous, Man from Atlantis, Quincy M.E., The Seekers and Hi-Riders (1978). He had a key part in Five Days from Home (1978) directed by George Peppard, and in Angels' Brigade (1979).
Cell Block Psychic - References - Netflix