I got the third season of Haven and watched it over the last few days. There are only 13 episodes and they started to air back in the fall of 2012. Emily Rose is Audrey Parker, Lucas Bryant is Nathan Wuornos and Eric Balfour is Duke Crocker. Audrey and Nathan are in the police force and they spend a lot of time helping the troubled. Those are the people that have supernatural abilities, not all of the abilities are really helpful, often there's a lot of collateral damage. Even thought they all live in a town with lots of weird things happening a lot of people are surprised that they get the troubles and that causes problems. When the last season ended Audrey had been shot with a Taser and kidnapped. Her kidnapper is a skin walker who's collecting parts of women's faces to build a new face. The weekly troubled stories are about the same, maybe a bit more grisly at times. One week someone is stealing organs from the dead persons. A new cop, Dorian Missick as Tommy Bowen, comes to town following the trail of missing organs. He's from Boston but by the end of the episode he's gone to work for Nathan and the Haven Police Department. He'll only last a few episodes but that's Haven for you. There's a heavy death count for such a small town. Many of them are caused by the Bolt Gun Killer who kills with a modified cow killer that blasts a spike into the back of the victims head. Not a very nice guy. The scales of justice comes to life and punished the criminals that get free on a technicality. Audrey learns more about the Colorado Kid, he's not really dead. Duke travels back in time to 1955 Haven. He meets his dad. A high school reunion turns deadly. That's a good reason not to go to one. There's plenty of the mystery of the barn revealed and that ends with Audrey and Duke disappearing at the end of the season. The season was a bit more serious than the last season. It's still got stories that are interesting and the underlying story arc moves along fairly well. I still like the series and plan on getting the 4th DVD set.