Jordan is called to a car crash and recognizes the dead driver as the suspected abductor of a teenager months earlier. Can she still be alive? Meanwhile Peter and Lily investigate a young man who had wormwood in his system.
Did You Know?
Nigel identifies a paint chip from a dead suspect's shoe as "...having been specially formulated for the now-defunct Swann-Flanders Construction Company". This is an apt thing for Brit Nigel to say. The team of Michael Flanders
and Donald Swann
were one of England's most popular musical teams through the '60s, composing songs and light opera. Best known for their comic revues "At the Drop of a Hat" and "At the Drop of Another Hat", they also composed music for many poems written by J.R.R. Tolkien
which appeared in "The Hobbit", "The Lord of the Rings" and other of his works. See more
(at around 9 mins) Garret and Peter are discussing the fact that the levels of THC had stopped showing up in the dead man's hair at about 2.5 inches from the scalp meaning that he had stopped using marijuana prior to his death. Peter said that hair grows at about "a quarter of an inch per month" and Garret agrees saying that the dead man had stopped smoking "about 10 months ago". But human hair normally grows an average of about .5 inches per month meaning that either the dead man stopped using marijuana only about 5 months ago or the THC levels ended at about 5 inches not 2.5. See more
Silvia (Who Is She?)
Performed by Steve Winwood See more