The One pits several psychics together by participating in trials which challenge their abilities in psychic activities such as clairvoyance, telepathy and mediumship to determine who is Australia's top psychic.
This week our psychics must recreate a murder they've never heard of by visiting the crime scene and using their psychic skills to reveal how it happened, why it happened and where the body was found. They will then have to prove themselves when they are asked live in the studio to identify the four couples amongst eight people standing on the stage, before revealing what their relationships are with one another. And this week will see a surprise double elimination by the judges, narrowing the field down to seven.
The psychics must identify which one of six identical sledgehammers was used in a fit of rage to smash up a car. Next, they must use their psychic skills to determine which car in a packed car park has a person concealed in the boot. With only 10 minutes to find the right car, all the psychics have to help them is a personal item belonging to the person in the boot, a map showing an outline of the search area and, most importantly, their psychic powers. One psychic will be eliminated by the judges, narrowing the field down to only six.
The six psychics face the seemingly impossible task of finding a child trapped in a maze of underground tunnels without going underground.
The psychics will each be asked to try their hand at pet channelling. One at a time, they must use their telepathic abilities to tune into a dog and reveal as much as they can about the kind of work that dog does.
The psychics will each be asked to use their psychic abilities to read a coffee cup used by a member of the audience. The remaining four psychics are then whisked to Norfolk Island, one of the most haunted places in Australia. Their assignment is to tap into the energies of a family that once lived in a house on Kingston's Quality Row and explain how they died, why their house is haunted and what terrible event happened at the back of the house.
In the season finale, the three finalists are given a seemingly impossible challenge when they're asked to solve a real-life police case. Their task: to find the remains of Kerry Whelan, a 39-year-old mother of three and wife of a wealthy businessman who was kidnapped for ransom on May 6, 1997. Circumstantial evidence led to the conviction and imprisonment of Bruce Burrell, who is believed to have murdered Kerry Whelan and disposed of her body on his property at Bungonia. Despite extensive police searches, Mrs Whelan's remains have never been found. Will one of the psychics be able to solve this murder mystery?