Sara Sidle comes face to face with an old, unresolved case when she investigates the death of Keira Dillinger. The young woman was a freshman the University of West Las Vegas and she fell, or was pushed, from her eighth floor dormitory room window. Sara learns that until recently, she had been dating Marlon West who had previously been found not guilty of murder when his sister Hannah falsely confessed to the crime (see Episode 6.18). Hannah is a certified genius and Sara is again convinced that she is being manipulated by her. Overall, Sara is depressed and has grown weary of the death around her and what she sees as the futility of what they try to accomplish. Written by
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Jorja Fox (Sara Sidle) wrote the goodbye letter to Grissom herself. See more
Gil, You know I love you. I feel I've loved you forever. Lately, I haven't been feeling very well. Truth be told, I'm tired. Out in the desert, under that car that night, I realized something, and I haven't been able to shake it. Since my father died, I've spent almost my entire life with ghosts. We've been like close friends, and out there in the desert, it occurred to me that it was time for me to bury them. I can't do that here. I'm so sorry. No matter how hard I try to fight it off, I'm ...
References The Bridge