CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 6, Episode 11

Werewolves (5 Jan. 2006)

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The CSI's investigate the death of a very hairy man. At a quick glance, the body can be easily mistaken for a werewolf. The man died from a gun shot wound. He, along with his sister, has a ... See full summary »

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The CSI's investigate the death of a very hairy man. At a quick glance, the body can be easily mistaken for a werewolf. The man died from a gun shot wound. He, along with his sister, has a rare genetic disorder which causes excessive hair growth. Written by Ploy P.

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"Werewolf" is said to come from "wargwolf", a term for a serial killer. Actually, it comes from the Old English words "wer" (meaning a male person) and "wulf" - literally, "man-wolf". See more »

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Archie Johnson: [looking at the body in the morgue] And I thought Robin Williams' arms were hairy.
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An Episode That Gets Really Hairy
21 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An anonymous caller from a phone booth tells police where to find a body. Upon investigation, the CSI finds a dead man inside his house. His body is covered with hair. This guy isn't just hairy, he's like the "wolf man." It turns out it's a rare condition, but people are afflicted with this unusual condition. They used to put some of these poor folks in "freak shows" at the circus, sad to say.

Anyway, the man is found shot to death. There are people - like creditors and those who left fingerprints behind at the scene of the crime - to check out as suspects.

The oddest suspect of all is a sister discovered living in the walls of the house, afraid to be seen because she has the same "werewolf" condition!

Obviously, this was a unique and sensitively-handled episode.


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