Kyle Murphy is third in the string of boys abducted from their homes in Camden County, the first two ultimately found dead in the woods. For Captain Bill Lancaster, the chief police investigator working on the string of abductions, Kyle's disappearance adds poignancy to the case as he is friends with the Murphys, Kyle who called him "Uncle". As the FBI begin to investigate, they notice that there are slight differences between Kyle's abduction and the other two. When the FBI finds the person who they believe is the unsub, they are still uncertain if he had anything to do with Kyle's disappearance. Written by
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When Garcia is sent a list of names to research as potential suspects, one of the names on the list is "Nate Phlox" - a reference to John Billingsley
's character of Dr. Phlox on Star Trek: Star Trek: Enterprise
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When Danny asks if he can watch cartoons, Prentiss turns the TV on. The sound that is heard is that of a cathode ray tube television (a relay clicking and a transformer, namely), even though the TV on the wall appears to be a flat panel TV. Even if it is a CRT, the picture should not be visible as quickly as it is when the camera cuts to the screen (when it is first turned on, pictures on a CRT display will take at least fifteen seconds to appear). See more
[about his family dying in a car accident
I spent my life on the streets. And I couldn't be there for them. Every day, I wonder why it wasn't me in that car... and why I have to live every single day without them. You know, when Dan called, I thought... maybe this is it. Maybe I'm suffering so he doesn't have to.
Your kids died in an accident. Nobody can make sense of that. This family, your friends, they lost both kids the minute Danny killed Kyle.
Elegy in C Minor opus 24: Molto Adagio
Written by Anne Gastinel
Performed by Anne Gastinel See more