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Reviewed By: kfb2014Review Date: 6/17/15 4:11 pm
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The second story we are cast into the 60's with the guys and girls from Counter Measures another favourite of mine, the mysterious deaths of prominent figures in London is bought to the attention of CM and it soon apparent that their expertise in dealing with the supernatural or extraterrestrial is put to the test, with a elaborate plot to extract and carry forth Ree's's malicious psyche even after his mortal body as left the earth is CM main thrust, but have they finally rid humanity of the man's evil control - obviously not as the second story setups the wonderful third part which now passes the baton to the UNIT and it's Vault.

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 3/24/15 10:03 am
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The Counter-Measures Group begins to investigate when a string of British civil servants and military personnel begin committing suicide and murder. And it all appears to have began after they took some psychological training from the Reesinger Institute. Of all the ranges presented, Counter Measures most intrigued me. The team was a 1960s pre-cursor to U.N.I.T. and really this episode captures the spirit and era of the genre. With what they’re investigating, it feels like a very good 1960s X-files. It was this story which first made me interested in listening to the rest of their series, so it's very well done.
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Reviewed By: MegaplumfinityReview Date: 11/17/14 8:09 am
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An entertaining if slightly generic episode of Countermeasures with nice character-work and an intriguing evolution of the villainous Mr Rees from the previous story.