Construction workers find a rat-eaten, naked, stabbed body. The knee-caps were surgically removed, and sent by mail to Bones, loaded with Gormogon (extinct secret cannibalistic society) clues. It's Douglas Cooper, vicar-general of Washington D.C.'s archbishop Stephen Wallace, on sabbatical to write an esoteric book on pagan rites and early Christianity. The anti-masonic Gormogon symbolism spells an incredibly complex clues cascade Zach relishes in, and reveals the work of a second, much older killer, who apprenticed the dead one. Booth brings in Sweets, who proves smart and helpful in the ensuing, dangerous battle of wits. Written by
Did You Know?
Temperance ("Bones") says that Amy should call a Dr. Leo Getz. Leo Getz was Joe Pesci's character's name in the Lethal Weapon series. See more
Hodgins describes the original Gormogons as a 17th century cult. The historic Gormogons were actually an early 18th century group, if they existed at all. They may have just been an elaborate practical joke by some anti-Masonic gentlemen. Furthermore, the Freemasonry movement formalised in early 18th century, and Illuminati (both Bavarian and Avignon orders) have been founded in the last quarter of 18th century. See more
How stupid do you think I am?
Dr. Temperance Brennan
At the moment, very, very stupid.
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