- Fallout Duke is ejected from the barn to find that six months have passed and a lot has changed in Haven. His sudden appearance suggests that the barn may not have killed Audrey as they thought, and new friend Jennifer has information that supports this conclusion. But can Audrey be found and returned to Haven?
Rebecca's last name Rafferty comes from a fellow officer, Pennsylvania state trooper Ennis Rafferty, one of the first responders to discover the mysterious supernatural vehicular star of From a Buick 8.
Marion's last name Caldwell comes from Rebecca Caldwell, psychiatrist and love interest to Johnny Smith of USA Network’s The Dead Zone, based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. The Dead Zone was brought to you by the executive producers of Haven.
- Survivors Mysterious deaths seem to be a result of spontaneous combustion. But in Haven all is often not as it seems, and survivor's guilt is a powerful trigger for Troubles.
Black House Coffee comes from Stephen King and Peter Straub’s sequel to The Talisman, Black House, in which protagonist Jack Sawyer is reluctantly pulled into the lead investigation, forcing him to face the memories of the events of The Talisman and threatening his sanity and safety. As a side note, the writers originally wanted to call this coffee shop "Salem's Latte", but the name had already been taken.
There couldn’t be more difference between Vince and the man Wade Crocker confuses him for, Vern. From Stephen King’s The Body, Vern Tassio, along with his brother and their friends, goes on a mission to expose the truth behind a local mystery for the sake of fame… and suffers the dangerous consequences.
- Bad Blood A series of exsanguinated bodies have the police at a loss to explain the deaths. Everyone is angry at Nathan for shooting Agent Howard and destroying the barn, but it would appear that some are more angry than others.
The Oatley Taproom is based on the Oatley Tap from The Talisman, a novel co-written by Stephen King and Peter Straub. The Oatley Tap is a bar in western New York where the protagonist is held as a virtual slave.
Lexie’s last name DeWitt comes from L. T.’s Theory of Pets, a Stephen King short story about the failing marriage of L. T. and Lulubelle DeWitt. Lulubelle ends up going missing, her whereabouts, like Lexie’s, unknown to the man who loves her.
- Lost and Found A string of impossible kidnappings have the town in a panic, and it falls to Nathan and Dwight to find the children before they fall victim to the elements. Duke helps Jennifer learn to hear the voices from The Barn in hopes of finding Audrey.
Harper, the Douens first victim, gets her name from Dr. Harper, the Boogeyman in Stephen King’s The Boogeyman who hides in the closets of Lester Billings’s children and murders them.
Harper's imaginary friend Oscar the Cat gets his name from Oscar Bowers, Henry Bowers' abusive father from IT who is not a fan of dogs.
- The New Girl Some very unusual cases of suicide lead the team to believe there is a hypnosis trouble afoot. But even the new girl Lexie can see there's something more going on than meets the eye.
The name Katie comes from Sorry, Right Number, the Stephen King-penned episode of Tales from the Darkside, in which protagonist Katie makes a mistake that inadvertently causes her husband’s death.
- Countdown Knowing the moment of your death isn't as thrilling as one might think, as several Haven residents are soon to learn. Nathan and Duke must solve this trouble before the clock runs out.
Duke comments that "Dwight is away in Cleaves Mills cleaning up some mess". Cleaves Mills is the fictional town in Maine that serves as the setting for The Dead Zone.
Paul Krebs gets his first name from Paul Devane, the forensic assistant in The Colorado Kid (the novella Haven is based on) who discovers the vital clue that the Kid is from Colorado.
- Lay Me Down
- The Trouble With Troubles
- Monster's Ball
- The Lighthouse