When Jeffersonian workmen find a young female's fire-consumed body in the incinerator, the forensic pathology team soon concludes it was an institute collaborator, a young intern, and that it must be murder committed a few hours ago. Booth stay to help investigate, which lays bare several possible motives. Despite the apparent connection with the Gormogon serial killer, plausibly planted on purpose, more mundane motives among Jeffersonian staff are pursued systematically, even common crime one wouldn't expect among select scientists. Written by
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While attempting to see if a certain weapon had been used for the murder, Hodgins explains that he is using the indicator, Phenolphthalein, and that if there is blood, it will turn pink. Blood has a pH level of 7.4 and therefore the Phenolphthalein would remain colorless. See more
FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth
Camille, you're an adult you can't live your life afraid of what your family thinks.
Dr. Camille Saroyan
Seeley, it's not going to be like this forever. One day he'll die.