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In this syndicated series with no resemblance to the Friday the 13th movies, two cousins Ryan and Micki discover that their Uncle Lewis Vendredi sold cursed antiques for the Devil. When the uncle tries to break the pact, he was banished to Hell. Now the cousins attempt recover the antiques, each with a supernatural power that lets the user get their fondest desire... for a price. Helping them is Jack Marshak, an antique collector who worked with Lewis and was unaware of his deal with the Devil. In the third season, Ryan is written out and replaced by Johnny Ventura, a street punk whose father is killed by an antique.
Micki Foster and her cousin inherit an antique shop from their late Uncle Lewis Vendredi, but soon discover it comes with a devil's curse.
Disguised as monks, the cousins and Jack track an antique quill pen to a monastery.
Jack, Micki and Ryan search for a cursed statuette in the houses of a local college.
The group investigates a series of stranglings connected to a popular singer.
The evil spirit of Uncle Lewis crashes a Halloween party at the shop and seeks to re-enter the living world.
Jack enters a magician competition to find out who is using a set of deadly magician boxes.
A series of slashings leads the group to a surgeon who loves his work.
A punchy, broken-down fighter gets in touch with his dark side.
Micki must decide whether to continue tracking down cursed objects or to go marry her fiance, Lloyd the lawyer.
Ryan witnesses an attack by a character from his favorite comic book.
Micki and Ryan head to a small farming town where three people go missing each harvest.
A debunked faith-healer acquires real healing-powers, but gets debunked again, and worse, by one of Jack's peculiar old friends.
Micki and Ryan are thrown back in 19th-century London along with a murderous, hypnotic vampire who has his eyes on Micki.
After Jack and Ryan recover a cursed lantern, the owner tries to get it back by terrorizing Micki and her young guest at Curious Goods.
An unattractive girl uses a magic compact to make boys fall in love with her, and then kills them in order to make them stop pestering her.
A compulsive gambler in Chinatown acquires tattoo needles that enable him to win at games of chance.
An innocent survivor of an electric chair uses the chair's magic powers to get revenge on those who put him in it.
A mentally impaired man uses a cursed trephanator to steal brain-power from other people, and his next target is Jack's bride-to-be.
While searching for a cursed quilt in a reclusive, anti-modern religious community, Ryan falls in love and joins a religious sect.
Ryan is framed by the town leader as the mastermind of all the killings.
Ryan sees a famous television newscaster hack someone to death with a machete, but the newscaster is live on the air at the time.
Ryan and Micki visit a small seaside town which is haunted by a murderous, long-dead pirate.
A bitter, burnt-out cop uses a cursed badge to get revenge on the mobsters who killed his wife. Meanwhile, an old boyfriend of Micki's comes for an extended visit.
Ryan is invited to his father's wedding, but learns that his father has been using a magic pipe to murder his business rivals in the military industry.
A cursed cradle from the R.M.S. Titanic compels the parents of a sick baby to drown people, in order to save their baby's life.
Micki and Ryan are trapped inside the vault with a cursed urn that conjures up a wave of nightmare flashbacks.
Chris Wiggins(Jack Marshak)
Louise Robey(Micki Foster)
John D. LeMay(Ryan Dallion)
Steve Monarque(Johnny Ventura)
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