The BAU flies to Louisville, KY on the case of a spree killer who starts in his local pharmacy. Hotch's projection of a need for attention to detail creates tension and confusion among the team. Among internal obstacles, the BAU discovers their unsub's violent and traumatic childhood. Written by
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The Hollow Creek Killer's M.O. of using a child to lure the children, killing them and burying them in lime is a reference to the Wineville Chicken coop murders in Mira Loma (then called Wineville), CA. In 1926 Gordon Stewert Northcott kidnapped and molested several young boys, eventually killing 4, burying three of the bodies on his Wineville ranch and leaving the fourth headless corpse by the side of a road. He was subsequently tried and hanged at San Quentin State Prison in 1930. See more
The pharmacist can't remember the name of Call's doctor because he shot a bullet through her computer. Morgan and Hotch walk away, disappointed. However, judging by the angle and location of the bullet hole, the bullet only went through the computer's power supply and out the side. It didn't hit the hard drive (which is presumably where the name of the doctor is saved). This means that the information should be very easy to recover, and Hotch and Morgan should know this. See more
Dr. Spencer Reid
You know, the entire time I've known Hotch, I don't believe I've seen him blink.