In season 2, Audrey comes face to face with the mystery surrounding her identity in the form of the other Audrey Parker, a woman who shares her memories and identity. Audrey is faced with the realisation that she may be more linked to Haven and its troubles than she previously thought. She also embarks on a romance with a curmudgeonly marine biologist, Chris Brody (Jason Priestley).
Duke is also trying to solve a personal mystery – of the symbol he discovered and the prophecy that someone with it tattooed on their body is destined to murder him. Complicating matters is the reappearance of his ex-wife and fellow con, Evi. Duke wants to keep Evi out of danger, but struggles to convince her that he has her best interests at heart, and not just another fat pay-off.
Nathan is learning to cope with the loss of his father in bizarre circumstances and is compelled to step into the role of Haven’s police chief to protect its troubled people from Reverend Driscoll, a man who feels that the good people of Haven need to be protected from the afflicted, and wants to chase them out of town.