Grissom's announcement he's planning to leave CSI takes a backseat when a nine-stab-wound corpse, bagged in water, is provisionally identified as the long missing adolescent son of the Jewish Stein couple, presumably the last victim of the infamously sadistic serial killer Nate Haskell. Further forensics show however their initial suspect, Gerald Tolliver, plausibly Haskell's accomplice, was murdered in his home. The team now searches for a copycat, believing a recent double murder also their work. Grissom attends a serial killers seminar from criminology professor Dr. Raymond Langston, who happens to have scheduled an interview with Haskell, whom Grissom manages to stimulate just right. Written by
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Grisson informs Brass that Langston was an M.D. back east and that one of his colleagues, the "Angel of Death," had killed 27 people in a hospital. Although he refers to the killer as a "he," this is based on the true story of Kristen Gilbert, who killed 4 patients at a veteran's hospital in Northampton, Massachusetts. She was given the name "Angel of Death". See more
Captain Brass grabs a concert ticket between thumb and index. He didn't have gloves on but his fingerprints don't appear. See more
[In class, Grissom has learned through Langston where to find a DJK victim. Grissom is out with the CSI team in the area where they were told to look
There's ten stab wounds.
Captain Jim Brass
Guess you won't be leaving just yet.