In Ozona, Texas, 2500 population, young boys Robbie Davis and Nicholas Faye were bludgeoned to death in the woods, next Sara, dumped there after posthumous abuse. The team believes it's a smart, methodical local trusted by the kids, who are meanwhile advised the buddy-system. An eight-year old tells Jason, who noticed he's burdened by a secret, his older brother Matthew is missing- since two rascals dared him to pull the bell at the local 'ghost house' of old hunter Finnegan, whose wife disappeared 50 years ago. He's out, Robbie's bag lies there, but his corpse is found, buried in the woods before the first murder. Next suspect is school counselor James Charles, abandoned by his wife, who has victim Nicholas Faye's baseball team cap when he fails to flee arrest; his own 12 year-old son Jeffrey Charles is missing, after a search Jason quickly guesses the horrible truth... Meanwhile Hotch tries to get reluctant Elle Greenaway, FBI-cleared but a mental mess, to take shrink therapy... Written by
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It is revealed in this episode that J.J. Jareau has a niece who is eight years old, which implies she has at least one sibling. See more
While searching the "haunted" house, they discover food trays containing cream of spinach soup that has been sealed with duct tape. The trays hold the finger prints of the town counselor and an unidentified child. They pick up the counselor and search his house, where they find an epi pen and all of the dairy in the fridge sealed with duct tape. When they ascertain that the counselor is not allergic to milk, they turn to his son. The problem here is the counselor was delivering food for the old man who lived in the house, so why did he seal the cream of spinach soup with duct tape? See more
[turning in her badge and gun
This is not an admission of guilt.
Referenced in Criminal Minds: The Storm
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Written by Marc and Steffan Fantini See more