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Michelle Harrison in Cold Case: The Hen House

Michelle Harrison (1975 - )

Film Deaths[]

  • Love Happens (2009) [Cynthia]: Killed in a car crash when her husband, Aaron Eckhart swerves into a pole after a dog runs out into the road causing her to collide headfirst into said object. Seen in flashback as Aaron recounts what really happened and that he not his wife was really driving.
  • Altitude (2010) [Sara's Mother]: Falls to her death following a plane crash that causes Michelle to be knocked out of the plane she's flying. Her death is later undone when Landon Liboiron goes back in time and prevents his plane from crashing into Michelle's.
  • Freaks (2018) [Nancy Reed]: Shot to death by government agents after Lexy Kolker tricks them into believing that Michelle has superhuman abilities.

TV Deaths[]

  • First Wave: The Apostles (1999) [Melissa]: Shot to death by Sean Day Michael when she tries to shield the alien Ken Tremblett (not knowing he's an alien). (Thanks to Stephen)
  • Cold Case: The Hen House (2006) [Lo Kinney]: Hit by a train after being pushed off a platform by Todd Babcock. Her body is initially seen at the start of the episode. Her death is later seen in a flashback. Kathryn Morris later sees her "ghost" (apparently a figment of her imagination) at the end of the episode after her murder is solved.
  • Stargate Universe: Visitation (2010) [Rachel]: Dies soon after being rushed to the ship's medic bay with frostbite lesions that suddenly and mysteriously appear on her face. It's later discovered that she had actually died from frostbite months earlier. Her body was later discovered by aliens, who temporarily resurrected her for unknown reasons and removed the memory of her death. Her "death" was actually her body reverting to the state the aliens had found her in; the time the aliens had allotted for her resurrection had expired.
  • The Flash: Pilot (2014) [Nora Allen]: Killed after being stabbed in the chest by Matt Letscher (Her death is also shown in the season finale Fast Enough and is later altered in the season two finale The Race of His Life when her son (Grant Gustin) travels back in time to prevent Matt from killing her.)
  • Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery (2016) [Vanessa Quinn/Melanie Quinn]: Playing a dual role, "Melanie" is shot in the back by Roark Critchlow, having mistaken her for "Vanessa" (who survives the film).

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