Production info

The Crystal Scarab
USA/Canada, 1996  TV  

TV-series Poltergeist: The Legacy

Derek de Lint, Helen Shaver, Martin Cummins, Robbi Chong

A desperate man gets hold of an ancient piece of Egyptian scarab jewelry to save his terminally ill daughter, but at a high price. The artifact only helps the girl recover for a short period of time before another sacrifice of human life is needed.

Episode 11 from the Canadian/American horror television series "Poltergeist: The Legacy" which ran from 1996 to 1999. The series tells the story of the members of a secret society known as 'the Legacy', and their efforts to protect humankind from occult dangers.


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