While clearing a tract of old disused base housing at the Naval Station, Norfolk, Virginia, demolition workers find, inside an underground room, the decomposing body of a young woman clothed in a bridal gown (which seems to date from about 1952), lying on a bed and chained to a wall; Gibbs and the gang investigate. The victim was a petty officer third-class who disappeared without a trace about 18 months before, and who apparently wore the gown about six months before she died. Then McGee learns that a similar young woman petty officer has disappeared from the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. While checking that lead, the team find the kidnapper, the missing woman, and evidence of even more previous similar cases. Written by
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When they interview P.O. Debra Marshall, she is wearing a ball cap that reads "U.S. Navy". This ball cap is sold in the Navy Exchanges in the Navy Pride section and is not an authorized uniform component per Uniform Regulations. She would wear either the official ball cap of NAS Jacksonville or a cap that reads NAVY in 1-1/4 inch gold block letters. See more
Hey, Harry! Stop! Stop!
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Throw me a flashlight.