Ravenswood Spoilers: Miranda Isn’t Alone — Is Her Mother Back?
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Ravenswood Spoilers: Miranda Isn’t Alone — Is Her Mother Back?

Though Caleb’s motives for staying in Ravenswood were a little dubious, we’ve gotten more comfortable with his new zip code. For Miranda, though, her journey to the sepia toned town was a lot more motivated: she went there to find out about her family. And according to a new E! Online spoiler, it seems she may get some answers sooner than later.

"In episode four there's a ghost that makes an appearance and Miranda believes it's her mom," Nicole Gale Anderson says of her character's complications. Hmm, could her deceased mother be the woman in the Episode 4, "The Devil Has a Face” photos? Not only can the mysterious shusher see Miranda, she can touch her, too! We had presumed the possibility that this person was also a ghost, but we never thought it could be Miranda’s mother!

In Episode 3, a séance led to Luke, Olivia, and Remy being added to the inner circle that can see the deceased young Ms. Collins, but we don’t know who else is in on the visions. As for what Miranda’s possible mommy’s return could mean, well, it sounds equally shadowed.

Nicole continues, hinting about the mysterious next stage for her character, "[Miranda] goes off into a glowing doorway pulling her into the light and after that we don't know what's going to happen."

Um, what? Every mention we’ve heard of heading “into the light,” means leaving the after-life for something more permanent. Will Miranda go off with her mother, stay in Ravenswood? Is it even up to her?

We’re dying to know what you think. Share your thoughts below and then tune in to ABC Family on Tuesday, November 12 to watch Season 1, Episode 4, “The Devil Has a Face.”

Source: E! Online
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11.11.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Julia Wayne
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