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A man is killed during an eclipse. But when a second person is killed in her home, Horatio suspects that he may be dealing with a serial killer who targets his victims only at night.

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Eric Delko
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Alexx Woods
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Ryan Wolfe
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Natalia Boa Vista (as Eva La Rue)
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Detective Jake Berkeley
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Shawn Hodges
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Mario Montero (as Christopher Michael Rivera)
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Clint Gilmore
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Samantha Barrish
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Diana Long
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Ronnie Temple is garroted at a pool party during a total eclipse, with pool-boy Shawn Hodges' hotel pass cord. Blood from his cut hands turns up. Shortly after, around midnight, Diana Long suffers the same fate at home, possibly the work of a serial killer. Weird forensics also suggest a link with Mario Montero, who is trying to absorb wolf DNA. Both claims to have been framed are taken serious. Written by KGF Vissers

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In this episode a character is injecting himself with wolf hormones as he wants to be a werewolf. Guest star Tyler Hoechlin would go on to star as Derek Hale in 'Teen Wolf' (2011) See more »

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The initial murder occurs during an solar eclipse, which must occur on a new moon. A couple days later, a full moon is shown. This would have to be two weeks later. See more »

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Sgt. Frank Tripp: It is what it is, it ain't what it ain't, don't make it what it isn't.
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Eclipse and Full Moon
1 November 2007 | by See all my reviews

This episode features a crime committed during a full solar eclipse. Later in that same day, a full moon appears in the sky over the city. It's not possible to have a solar eclipse and a full moon on the same day. Solar eclipses occur during the new moon phase, when the moon is between the earth and the sun and the moon is in position to block the sun from view along a narrow path across the earth. A full moon occurs when the sun and moon are on opposite sides of the sun and the moon is in full sunlight as viewed from the earth. An eclipse and a full moon must be separated by about two weeks. By the way, the last full solar eclipse visible from the United States was in 1979, I believe.


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