‘Ghosts’: How Each Ghost Died


Sheila Carrasco as Flower, Devan Chandler Long as Thorfinn and Asher Grodman as Trevor celebrate outside the manor in 'Ghosts'
Sheila Carrasco as Flower, Devan Chandler Long as Thorfinn, and Asher Grodman as Trevor | Bertrand Calmeau/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Both Trevor and Flower’s deaths were influenced by drug use but were still unique. Trevor died when he mixed two pills from the mystery drug cabinet Samantha’s cousin kept in the house. That has nothing to do with why 

Ghosts, a CBS sitcom, follows Samantha and Jay, a married couple who inherit a mansion they intend to turn into a country inn. What they don’t know is that a colorful cast of spirits already inhabits the newly acquired Woodstone Mansion. When Samantha suffers a traumatic injury in the mansion, she can suddenly see the ghosts. As Sam’s relationship with the spirits deepens, fans learn how each one died. 

Trevor and Flower’s deaths were influenced by drug use, while Thorfinn was killed by inclement weather 

Thorfinn, the oldest ghost at Woodstone Mansion’s death, was explained early in season 1. Thor’s bones were discovered near the fountain in episode 3. He explained that his shipmates had abandoned him. He was walking alone through the countryside when he was struck by lightning. The elements, over time, buried him. 

Sheila Carrasco as Flower, Devan Chandler Long as Thorfinn, and Asher Grodman as Trevor | Bertrand Calmeau/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Both Trevor and Flower’s deaths were influenced by drug use but were still unique. Trevor died when he mixed two pills from the mystery drug cabinet Samantha’s cousin kept in the house. That has nothing to do with why he doesn’t wear any pants. Flower was under the influence of drugs when she decided to hug a bear. She was subsequently mauled. Her lover, Ira, witnessed her death. 

Pete and Alberta had two very unique deaths 

Pete’s death was a pretty obvious one. After all, he is one of the ghosts whose manner of death is easily visible at first glance. The scout leader died after one of his troop members accidentally shot him with an arrow. Pete is forced to haunt the estate with the arrow still in his neck. 

Danielle Pinnock as Alberta and Richie Moriarty as Pete | Bertrand Calmeau/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Alberta’s cause of death was disputed early on in the series. Alberta insisted that she had been murdered, while Hetty, who was already a ghost when Alberta died, refuted the notion. She insisted Alberta simply had a heart attack. As it turned out, Alberta was right, well, maybe. The jazz vocalist died after drinking poisoned moonshine. Ghosts viewers learn that the moonshine was posionous after Alberta’s crazed fan drinks it and ends up in the hospital. Poisoning makes more sense than a heart attack. At the very least, it explains why Alberta hasn’t been “sucked off” yet. 

Isaac was one of several ghosts to die of disease 

Isaac, a civil war general, is among the most proper of Woodstone Mansion’s ghosts. His death didn’t come from war, though, as one would assume based on the uniform. Instead, Isaac died from dysentery two weeks after surrendering to British forces. According to the Cleveland Clinic, Dystentary is a bacterial or parasitic disease that attacks the gastrointestinal system. It was once far more common than it is today and is often linked to poor water sanitization. 

Brandon Scott Jones as Isaac | Bertrand Calmeau/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet.

      

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