A teenager dies from inhaling smoke during a fire before firemen could rescue her. The rest of her family, her mother, younger brother, and grandmother are safe. Catherine, Nick and Warrick works on the case which unveils an unexpected and shocking finding. Gil Grissom and Sara investigates the death of a man found in a hotel's bathroom. Autopsy reveals that he had swallowed 6 pieces of game tiles and had suffocated to death. The tiles lead the two detectives to an annual championship of Logos, a word game similar to Scrabble. Written by
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The young boy uses chafing dish fuel to write the word on the linoleum floor and then lights it. The word is written in the middle of the kitchen floor, several feet from anything flammable. However, it is pointed out when the CSIs are first going through the house that the adhesive underneath the linoleum is highly flammable, and all that would be needed for it to go up in flames would be a simple crack in the linoleum. See more
[investigators can't explain why a victim was home
Hey, if you can explain the behavior of teenagers, more power to you.
Written by Simon J. Hunter
Performed by Simon J. Hunter See more