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David Nutter
Eric Kripke
September 13, 2005
At a young age, Sam (Padalecki) and Dean Winchester's (Ackles) mother (Samantha Smith) died a violent and unexplainable death, which in turn led their father (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) to teach them skills which could be of use in the search for whatever it was that took her life. Years later, while attending Stanford University, Sam finds himself brought back into the paranormal world by his older brother, who has come to tell him that their father has mysteriously disappeared. The two travel to Jericho, California, to find him, and are soon sidelined when they discover that a ghostly Woman in White (Sarah Shahi)—the spirit of a woman who drowned her children and then killed herself—has been taking male victims. They investigate, but Dean is soon arrested for impersonating a federal agent. However, he manages to escape custody, and ends up saving his brother from the vengeful spirit. The Woman in White is finally put to rest by forcing her to confront the spirits of her children. Sam later returns home, and discovers his girlfriend Jessica (Adrianne Palicki) pinned to the ceiling. He is then forced to watch as she is killed in the same supernatural manner as his mother. Jessica's death prompts him to return to the life of hunting with Dean.
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David Nutter
Story: Ron Milbauer & Terri Hughes Burton
Teleplay: Eric Kripke
September 20, 2005
After having no luck in the investigation of the death of Sam's girlfriend Jessica, the brothers follow instructions found in their father's journal and head to Blackwater Ridge, Lost Creek, Colorado. Posing as park rangers, they help a young woman named Haley (Gina Holden) and her younger brother Ben (Alden Ehrenreich) search for their lost older brother Tommy (Graham Wardle), who disappeared while on a camping trip. Sam and Dean soon realize that he was taken by a wendigo that has been terrorizing the woods since 1936. While searching, Ben and Dean end up being kidnapped by the creature, but Sam and Haley are able to track them to a mine. After freeing Dean, Ben, and Tommy, they manage to kill the wendigo with a flare gun.
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"Dead in the Water"
Kim Manners
Sera Gamble & Raelle Tucker
September 27, 2005
Taking a break from the search for their father, Sam and Dean head to Lake Manitoc in Wisconsin for a possible case. Three drownings have occurred there within a year, the dead bodies then mysteriously disappearing in the lake. The brothers soon come to believe that the spirit of a young boy is haunting the lake, and learn that the local sheriff (Daniel Hugh Kelly) and the father of the latest victim accidentally caused his death when they were children. Wanting revenge, the spirit targets the sheriff's daughter Andrea (Amy Acker) and mute grandson Lucas (Nico McEown). It eventually pulls Lucas into the lake, so the sheriff gives himself over to the spirit, saving his grandson.  
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"Phantom Traveler"
Robert Singer
Richard Hatem
October 4, 2005
The brothers are asked by a man whom Dean and his father had previously rescued to investigate the mysterious crash of a commercial airplane that left only seven survivors, with signs pointing to a demonically-possessed passenger causing the accident. Realizing that the demon is now eliminating the survivors one-by-one, Dean is forced to face his fear of flying by following its next target (Jaime Ray Newman) aboard an airliner. He and Sam manage to get the demon into a restroom on-board, but it flees its host during the exorcism. However, they continue the ritual, sending the demon back to Hell.  
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"Bloody Mary"
Peter Ellis
Story: Eric Kripke
Teleplay: Ron Milbauer & Terri Hughes Burton
October 11, 2005
When a man is killed—his eyeballs having practically exploded—after his daughter chants "Bloody Mary" three times in front of a mirror, Sam and Dean head to Toledo, Ohio, to investigate. They learn that Bloody Mary is the ghost of a young woman who was murdered after having her eyes cut out, her spirit becoming trapped within the mirror that she died in front of. With the mirror now for sale in an antique store in the town, Bloody Mary has been targeting those nearby who secretly feel guilt over another's death. The brothers must find a way to stop her after a young girl (Marnette Patterson) whose boyfriend committed suicide when she dumped him inadvertently becomes her next target. After tracking down the original mirror, the brothers smash it, but this only releases Bloody Mary. However, Dean forces her to see her own reflection, and her hatred for those with secrets causes her to van.
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    Robert Duncan McNeill
    John Shiban
    October 18, 2005
    After Zach (Aleks Holtz), a college friend of Sam's, is arrested for murdering his girlfriend, the brothers head to St. Louis, Missouri, to investigate. Zach's sister Becky (Amy Grabow) claims that he was with her at the time of the murder, although security footage places him at the scene of the crime. After a similar murder occurs, they realize that the real culprit is a being with shapeshifting abilities. However, the shapeshifter then captures the two, and plans to use Dean's form to kill Becky. The brothers manage to escape and alert the police. Becky is saved, but the police believe Dean to be her attacker. As Sam later searches through the shapeshifter's lair, Dean visits Becky to make sure that she knows it was not he who tried to kill her. However, she reveals herself to be the shapeshifter and attacks Dean, morphing back into his form. Sam, having found the real Becky tied up in the lair, confronts the shapeshifter, and Dean shoots it dead—still in his form.
    "Hook Man"
    David Jackson
    John Shiban
    October 25, 2005
    Sam and investigate the brutal death of a student at a college, with the victim's girlfriend Lori (Jane McGregor) saying that the attacker was invisible. More attacks occur, with the victims all seemingly connected to the girl. The brothers believe that the killer is the Hook Man, with research finding that it is the vengeful spirit of Jacob Karns, a preacher put to death for the murder of 13 prostitutes in 1862 with the hook that replaced his lost hand. To stop the spirit, they must destroy the hook, which unfortunately was reforged into an unknown object by the church after Karns' death. While searching throughout the church for the object, Lori and the brothers are confronted by the Hook Man. However, they realize that Lori's cross necklace—given to her by her reverend father—is the object, and the spirit vanishes once his hook is burned.
    Kim Manners
    Rachel Nave & Bill Coakley
    November 8, 2005
    After a construction worker for a new housing development dies in a sinkhole, his brain dissolving within minutes, the brothers head to Oasis Plains, Oklahoma, to investigate. There they learn of mysterious, bug-related deaths in the town. After doing research, they discover that a Native American tribe used to live in the area, but its members were murdered by cavalrymen, with the tribe's chief placing a curse on the land as he died. Sam and Dean determine that the curse will reach its climax that night, and race to warn the family living there as swarms of insects attack. They manage to fight off the bugs and survive through the night, with the insects leaving at sunrise.
    Ken Girotti
    Eric Kripke
    November 15, 2005
    Sam has nightmares of a family being attacked by a supernatural being in his and Dean's childhood home, prompting the brothers to return to Lawrence, Kansas, to investigate. They enlist the help of their father's psychic friend, Missouri Mosley (Loretta Devine), to rid the house of a poltergeist. Though Missouri claims to purify the house, Sam does not believe it was successful, so the brothers later watch over the house. When the poltergeist returns, Sam's premonition starts becoming true. The brothers rush in to rescue the family, but they themselves are saved by the spirit of their mother, who sacrifices herself to stop the poltergeist.
    Guy Bee
    Richard Hatem
    November 22, 2005
    After receiving a tip from their father, Sam and Dean travel to Rockford, Illinois, to investigate the haunted Roosevelt Asylum, where criminally insane patients rioted in 1964, one of the victims being the chief psychiatrist (Norman Armour). However, the spirits there try to communicate rather than attack, leading the brothers to discover that the psychiatrist had been conducting cruel experiments on his patients in order to test his theory that provoking extreme anger in his patients would be therapeutic for them. The ghost of the doctor then confronts Sam, causing him to lose his sanity and try to kill his brother. Dean manages to subdue Sam long enough for him to burn the doctor's corpse, stopping the spirit and returning Sam to normal.
    Kim Manners
    Story: Patrick Sean Smith
    Teleplay: John Shiban
    January 10, 2006
    After their father sends a message telling them to investigate the disappearances of young couples in a rural Indiana town, Sam reveals to Dean that he would rather track down their father, prompting the two to angrily separate. As Sam meets a fellow hitchhiker named Meg Masters (Nicki Aycox), Dean starts the investigation and ends up saving a traveling couple from a living scarecrow. Dean calls Sam about the creature, and discovers that a Vanir is being summoned in the form of a scarecrow to protect the town in exchange for annual sacrifices, with a sacred tree in the town giving it power. Because the couple intended for the ritual were able to escape, the townspeople choose Dean and Emily (Tania Saulnier)—a girl who lives in town with her aunt and uncle—to be the new sacrifices. However, Sam returns and manage to rescue them, and the scarecrow instead takes Emily's aunt and uncle as its victims. The next morning, Emily and the brothers burn the sacred tree, and then leave town. Meanwhile, Meg hitches a ride on the highway, but slits the driver's throat, collecting his blood into a goblet and using it to communicate with an unknown being.
    Allan Kroeker
    Sera Gamble & Raelle Tucker
    January 17, 2006
    While battling a Rawhead, Dean gets electrocuted and his heart is damaged, doctors giving him only a few weeks to live. Sam searches for a way to save him and believes he may have found an answer in a preacher who claims to heal the incurable (Kevin McNulty). At the congregation, Dean is chosen, and is cured of his condition. However, he and Sam soon learn that an openly gay teacher died of a heart attack at the same moment that Dean was healed. Further research reveals that deaths occurred in unison with other healings, prompting the brothers to believe that the preacher is using black magic to control a Reaper, healing people in exchange for the lives of those he deems immoral. However, they eventually discover that his wife is behind everything. As the brothers rush to destroy the altar used to control the Reaper, the preacher begins to "heal" a young woman with a brain tumor (Julie Benz), and the Reaper goes after Dean. Sam manages to destroy the altar, and the freed Reaper takes the wife's life, though the young woman is not healed. She later tells Dean that she has made peace with her coming death, and Dean promises to pray for her.
    "Route 666"
    Paul Shapiro
    Eugenie Ross-Leming & Brad Buckner
    January 31, 2006
    Dean is contacted by his first love, Cassie (Megalyn Echikunwoke), who asks him to come to Cape Girardeau in Missouri to investigate a string of racially motivated murders, one of which was her father. Each murder is linked to a mysterious truck that seems to have no driver and leave no tracks. The brothers eventually discover that Cassie's mother, a white woman, left her boyfriend Cyrus for Cassie's African-American father. Cyrus tried to kill him out of anger, but he gained the upper hand with the help of his friends and ended up beating Cyrus to death, dumping Cyrus' body and truck in a nearby swamp. Now Cyrus' spirit has returned and is out for revenge against everyone connected to his death. However, they manage to put Cyrus to rest by tricking him into driving onto the hallowed ground of an old, burned down church.
    Phil Sgriccia
    Sera Gamble & Raelle Tucker
    February 7, 2006
    Sam has a premonition of a man being killed in Saginaw, Michigan, but the murder is made to look like a suicide. They talk to the victim's son Max (Brendan Fletcher) and fail to find anything supernatural, but warn Max's uncle to be careful. When he, too, then dies a mysterious death, Sam and Dean believe the family to be cursed. However, while investigating they learn that Max was regularly beaten by his father and uncle as a child. Sam then has another vision of Max using telekinetic abilities to kill his stepmother, angry at her for not stopping the abuse. The brothers manage to stop Max, with Sam learning from him that, when he was a baby, his mother also died in the same manner as theirs did. Max's anger then resurfaces, and he locks Sam in the closet, triggering for Sam a premonition of Max murdering Dean. Trying to escape, Sam manages to telekinetically free himself, and then talks Max out of killing them. However, a distraught Max then takes his own life.
    "The Benders"
    Peter Ellis
    John Shiban
    February 14, 2006
    Sam and Dean head to Hibbing, Minnesota, where a young boy witnesses a man vanish into thin air. While investigating, Sam is also ends up being abducted. Dean pretends to be a police officer searching for his cousin, and teams up with a Deputy Kathleen Hudak (Jessica Steen). Although she soon learns Dean's true identity, she allows him to continue in the investigation, as her own brother went missing in the same manner three years before. However, she does not trust him, and handcuffs him to her car when they find the kidnappers' property. Kathleen is soon captured, and learns that the culprits are a human family who have been hunting and killing people for sport. Dean, having managed to free himself, goes after her, but also ends up being captured. However, this distracts the family long enough for Sam and Kathleen to break out from their cages, and the three of them subdue their captors. When Kathleen is later alone with the father, he taunts her about her brother's death, and she shoots him, claiming to Sam and Dean that he had tried to escape.
    Kim Manners
    Eric Kripke
    February 28, 2006
    While investigating an animalistic death in Chicago, the brothers find a symbol of blood, which Dean later learns is connected to a Zoroastrian creature known as a daeva. They later run into Meg Masters, with Sam's suspicions of her leading him to discover that she was behind the murder. They confront her, but she reveals that it is all part of a trap set to capture their father. Sam and Dean manage to turn the daevas against her, and she is thrown out of a window several stories to the ground below. When they return to their motel room, they find their father waiting for them, but Meg returns and once again sends the daevas after them.
    "Hell House"
    Chris Long
    Trey Callaway
    March 30, 2006
    As a prank, teens spread the word that a local house is haunted by the ghost of Mordechai Murdoch, a man who reportedly killed his six daughters during the 1930s, and it ends up being listed on the urban legend website Hell Hound's Lair. However, when it soon appears that the house actually is haunted, the brothers head to Richardson, Texas, to investigate, and run into paranormal investigators Ed Zeddmore and Harry Spengler, owners of the website. Although research into the legend shows no evidence, the brothers encounter the spirit, but it has variations to Mordechai's origins. When Sam and Dean realize that the legend on Hell Hound's Lair has also changed, they theorize that the spirit is actually a Tulpa brought on by a Tibetan spirit sigil painted by the teens as a joke, with the beliefs of the website's visitors causing the story to become reality.
    "Something Wicked"
    Whitney Ransick
    Daniel Knauf
    April 6, 2006
    On a tip from their father, Sam and Dean head to Fitchburg, Wisconsin, to investigate a small town where children are falling into comas. After investigating, they discover that the creature responsible is a vampiric witch known as a shtriga, which is stealing life force from the kids. Dean reveals to Sam that their father had previously attempted to kill the creature when they were young, and that Dean's recklessness almost cost Sam his life and allowed the shtriga to escape.
    Phil Sgriccia
    David Ehrman
    April 13, 2006
    After a young couple is found brutally murdered within a locked house, the brothers investigate, and learn from their father's journal that similar deaths have occurred in the area over the past few decades. With all of the couple's belongings being taken to an auction house, they check to see if a spirit may have attached itself to something. After looking through theprovenances of the items, Dean discovers that a painted portrait from 1910 of Isaiah Merchant’s family—Merchant having later killed his family and then himself—belonged to all of the other murder victims. Realizing that the painting is haunted, the brothers burn it, but it later repairs itself, so they track down Merchant's body and burn it. However, when they then return to destroy the painting again, an unexpected figure emerges from it.
    "Dead Man's Blood"
    Tony Wharmby
    Cathryn Humphris & John Shiban
    April 20, 2006
    When an old vampire hunter is targeted by a group of vampires, he tries to attack them with an old Colt gun, but is murdered before he can fire a shot. When Dean recognizes the name in the newspaper, he and Sam head to Boulder, Colorado, and discover a letter addressed to their father, who suddenly returns. The letter reveals to him that the gun is mystical and capable of killing anything. Realizing that they can use it to finally kill Azazel, the demon responsible for their mother's death, the Winchesters hatch a plan to steal it back from the vampires.
    Robert Singer
    Sera Gamble & Raelle Tucker
    April 27, 2006
    As Meg starts targeting the Winchesters' friends in order to force them to hand over the Colt, John reveals to his sons the research on Azazel that he has accumulated over the years. With signs pointing to Salvation, Iowa, as the location of the demon's next target, the trio heads there to investigate. After Sam has a premonition, he is able to identify the target. However, before they can strategize, Meg calls and threatens to kill more of their friends unless they hand over the gun. John concedes to her demand, but tries to deliver a fake one, leaving the boys to rescue the family and hopefully kill Azazel.
    "Devil's Trap"
    Kim Manners
    Eric Kripke
    May 4, 2006
    After learning that their father has been captured, the brothers go to family friend and fellow hunter Bobby Singer for help. However, Meg tracks them down and attacks, but she is caught underneath a mystical symbol known as a "devil's trap", which renders her immobilized and powerless. The hunters exorcise the demon from her, but the host's previously sustained injuries are fatal. Before the real Meg dies, she offers a clue to John's whereabouts. Sam and Dean head to Jefferson City, Missouri, and manage to rescue their father. However, on the way to the hospital, the three are crashed into by a demonically-possessed truck driver.








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