The team flies to Tampa where a disappearance is believed to be the work of businessman Mark Gregory, who was never convicted but presumably tortured and drowned at least four women. His house proves better equipped for disguises then most theaters. As he is found to have left another body in a Georgia hotel where he checked in under his own name, the team believes this is his last, most aggressive phase, no longer giving priority to covering his tracks. They revise his profile after studying his family history, which his indulgent father always pushed away. Written by
Did You Know?
When Elle and Morgan arrive at the motor vehicle wreck, the police vehicle that pulls into the scene behind them reads "Tennessee State Police." There is not a law enforcement agency in Tennessee that uses that name. It would be either Tennessee Highway Patrol, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, or a local police department. (However, it is possible that the show was not cleared to use any of the actual law enforcement names.) See more
Dr. Spencer Reid
Gideon, you do know that Doug Gregory isn't the killer, right?
Yes, I know that. But he protected one. And now at least six women are dead because of it.