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* NervesOfSteel: [[spoiler: mixed with FridgeLogic. When Kato' murdrerer is revealed, we also realize the character managed to never, ever, freak out in the presence of the ghost of the girl he killed.]]

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* NervesOfSteel: [[spoiler: mixed with FridgeLogic. When Kato' murdrerer is revealed, we also realize the character had been seeing her all along, and managed to never, ever, freak out in the presence of the ghost of the girl he killed.]]


* Averted CommonTongue: in the original, all characters speak Flemish, except for a few conversations between policewoman Marion and her mother, who are the German-speaking Belgians, and speak their German dialect when alone together. The same policewoman follows a lead beyond the Dutch border, and the characters she interacts with speak Dutch to her (which any person speaking Flemish understands).

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* Averted CommonTongue: in the original, all characters speak Flemish, Belgian Dutch, except for a few conversations between policewoman Marion and her mother, who are the German-speaking Belgians, and speak their German dialect when alone together. The same policewoman follows a lead beyond the Dutch border, and the characters she interacts with speak Dutch to her (which any person speaking Flemish the Belgian version of Dutch understands).


* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Kato eats, sleeps, and feels pain, and can only be seen by people connected to her death.

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* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Kato eats, sleeps, and feels pain, and can only be seen by people connected to her death. She also creates ghost copies of items she uses, like her motorbike, on which she rides around after her death.

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* NervesOfSteel: [[spoiler: mixed with FridgeLogic. When Kato' murdrerer is revealed, we also realize the character managed to never, ever, freak out in the presence of the ghost of the girl he killed.]]


* Averted [[CommonTongue]]: in the original, all characters speak Flemish, except for a few conversations between policewoman Marion and her mother, who are the German-speaking Belgians, and speak their German dialect when alone together. The same policewoman follows a lead beyond the Dutch border, and the characters she interacts with speak Dutch to her (which any person speaking Flemish understands).

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* Averted [[CommonTongue]]: CommonTongue: in the original, all characters speak Flemish, except for a few conversations between policewoman Marion and her mother, who are the German-speaking Belgians, and speak their German dialect when alone together. The same policewoman follows a lead beyond the Dutch border, and the characters she interacts with speak Dutch to her (which any person speaking Flemish understands).


* Averted [[CommonLanguage]]: in the original, all characters speak Flemish, except for a few conversations between policewoman Marion and her mother, who are the German-speaking Belgians, and speak their German dialect when alone together. The same policewoman follows a lead beyond the Dutch border, and the characters she interacts with speak Dutch to her (which any person speaking Flemish understands).

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* Averted [[CommonLanguage]]: [[CommonTongue]]: in the original, all characters speak Flemish, except for a few conversations between policewoman Marion and her mother, who are the German-speaking Belgians, and speak their German dialect when alone together. The same policewoman follows a lead beyond the Dutch border, and the characters she interacts with speak Dutch to her (which any person speaking Flemish understands).

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* Averted [[CommonLanguage]]: in the original, all characters speak Flemish, except for a few conversations between policewoman Marion and her mother, who are the German-speaking Belgians, and speak their German dialect when alone together. The same policewoman follows a lead beyond the Dutch border, and the characters she interacts with speak Dutch to her (which any person speaking Flemish understands).


Despite the name and subject matter of the series, this is not an example for the HellHotel trope.

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Despite the name and subject matter of the series, this is not an example for of the HellHotel trope.

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* RightForTheWrongReasons: Kristel's ex-husband Luc tells her that he can see the ghost of their daughter Kato and convinces her that Kato wants them to go out together. Kristel's current husband Marcus naturally accuses Luc of lying about seeing Kato in order to manipulate Kristel into getting back together with him. In fact, Luc actually can see Kato's ghost, but he was lying about it to manipulate Kristel into getting back together with him, because the real Kato doesn't care much about him and has [[WhodunnitToMe more important things on her mind]].

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* OnlyBadGuysCallTheirLawyers: Varderkerk, a notorious drug dealer, is the only character to insist on a lawyer when being questioned by the police.

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* ShaggyDogStory: A lot of focus is given to the fact that Melanie's DNA sample won't be tested for several weeks, and Alexander's preparations to infiltrate the lab and sabotage the sample before it can be tested. However, he ultimately doesn't go through with it, and the sample gets tested and Melanie arrested anyway.

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* EvilDetectingDog: When Kato is buried alive, she is discovered due to the strange behavior of the nearby horses.


* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Kato eats, sleeps, and feels pain.

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* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Kato eats, sleeps, and feels pain.pain, and can only be seen by people connected to her death.

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* BuriedAlive: Kato is buried alive near the climax, although it is unclear whether the villain did this deliberately, or whether he tried to kill her first and [[OurGhostsAreDifferent she just got better]].


* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Kato eats, sleeps, and feels pain.



* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Kato eats, sleeps, and feels pain.

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