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    Does anyone remember the series that Nick had on from 1983-84 called "The Third Eye"? It consisted of several series that were from the UK. One of which was called "Into The Labyrinth." here is some more info on the series. And a You Tube clip to refresh your memory.
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    Hey there, I'm Ice and I'm bran new to this forum in fact this is my very first post.

    I do remember the show you're talking about, it was called "The Third Eye" a hodgepodge of foreign mini series' that aired on Nickelodeon beginning in 1983. It consisted of "The Haunting of Cassie Palmer," "Children of the Stones," "Under The Mountain" and "Into the Labyrinth".

    I remember that they were all kinds spooky and weird but then it was the 80's so that just made them even more cool.

    Here is a little information on each of the shows to help you remember them a little better.

    Thirteen-year-old Cassie Palmer, the seventh child of a seventh child, has inherited the gift of second sight. Unsure whether or not she even believes in ghosts, Cassie heads to the cemetery to test her ability to communicate with the Other World. She starts with the departed spirit of a harmless child: CHARLOTTE EMMA ELIZABETH WEBB, BORN 1840 DIED 1847. But when a mysterious man appears, Cassie finds a new companion. Is he a gravedigger? A bum? Or did Cassie's inexperience cause her to bring back Charlotte's frightening neighbor: DEVERILL 1720 - 1762?

    Helen Probyn - Cassie Palmer
    Geoffrey Rose – Deverill
    Elizabeth Spriggs - Mrs. Palmer
    Ruth Ad**** - Mary Palmer
    Stephen Bint - Tom Palmer

    Two teenage twin siblings, Rachel and Theo, on a summer vacation in Aukland visiting their aunt and uncle, meet a certain Mr. Jones, a mysterious man who helped find them when they got lost in the woods eight years earlier. Mr. Jones turns out to be an alien fighter from a distant planet who wants their help in fighting an giant alien slug family of eight members led by Mr. Wilberforce who have arrived on Earth with plans for world domination!

    Kirsty Wilkinson - Rachel Matheson
    Lance Warren - Theo Matheson
    Bill Johnson - Mr. Wilberforce
    Roy Leywood - Mr. Jones
    William Ewens – Ricky
    Glynis McNicoll - Aunt Noeline

    A very spooky children's drama series, reminiscent of both Village of the Damned and The Wicker Man, starring Gareth Thomas, Iain Cuthbertson and Freddie Jones. Filmed at Avebury in Wiltshire, it is set in a prehistoric stone circle and the village built within it. Newcomers are obliged to enjoy the enforced bonhomie of village life, but it becomes clear that the residents are in the power of an alien intelligence channeled through the Manor House, and no one can leave the circle. The script is riveting, the climax is excellent, and the teenage stars act with great conviction.

    Gareth Thomas – Adam Brake
    Peter Demin – Matthew Brake
    Veronica Strong – Margaret
    Katharine Levy – Sandra
    Iain Cuthbertson – Rafael Hendricks/Joshua Litton
    Freddie Jones – Dai
    Ruth Dunning – Mrs. Crabtree
    Peggy Ann Wood – Mrs. Warner
    June Barrie – Miss Clegg
    John Woodnutt – Link
    Richard Mathews – Dr. Lyle
    Darren Hatch – Kevin
    Gary Lock - Jimmo

    INTO THE LABYRINTH – 1981 (-1982)
    PLOT - Three children, Helen, Terry, and Phil, stumble upon the imprisoned sorcerer Rothgo and are drawn into a mysterious search through time for the magical Nidus, which has been stolen by the evil witch Belor. Originally there were three seasons filmed in the UK, but only the first season (seven episodes) crossed the Atlantic to appear on the First Network for Kids. *NOTE* Season two was not shown on Nickelodeon.

    Ron Moody - Rothgo (1981)
    Pamela Salem – Belor
    Simon Beal – Phil
    Lisa Turner - Helen (1981)
    Simon Henderson - Terry (1981)
    Chris Harris - Lazlo (1982)
    Howard Goorney - Bran (1982)

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    Ohhhh thanks for the description!!! I could not find them for song time!!!

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    Oh you’re more than welcome, glad I could help. In fact the other day I was on youtube and one of the recommended videos that came up for me was "The Haunting of Cassie Palmer" as well as a the other Third Eye series! Here are the links.

    "The Haunting of Cassie Palmer"

    I also found "Children of the Stones"
    Episode 1 (part 1)

    "Under The Mountain"
    Episode 1 part 1 of 3

    "Into The Labyrinth" - S01E01 -
    Rothgo - Part 1

    This last episode is called "The Witches and The Grinnygog" which was scheduled to be a part of the series but never actually aired. Instead it became a part of the "Special Delivery" series.

    "The Witches and The Grinnygog"
    Episode 1 (part 1)

    I hope you enjoy all of these.

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    Thumbs up Childhood

    Childhood show?
    What was your favorite childhood show? You know the one you think of and it brings back all those childhood memories?

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    The Tomorrow People easy. It aired on Nickelodeon from the early to mid 1980’s and I loved it so much.

    I can remember my best friend and I “rushing home from school” to watch it and we even played/pretended to be TPs. And thankfully now to the new audio dramas and Jackie’s Hyperspace and TP anniversary parties the show has never really gone away.

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    I remember this show so well. The opening theme music, right from the old HTV logo and then down into the caves. The music was really eerie. I remember the three kids being sent into the labyrinth by Rothgo (although I never knew who Ron Moody was when I was 8!). I remember how sad I felt at the end of the first series when they got out and couldn't remember where they'd been. Then they were taken back in (by Belor I guess) and we had the second series. They all got out in the end.

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