In Tallahassee, Florida, a man calls 911 to report his impending suicide. At the location where he is found dead, the authorities find a wall plastered with photos and associated news clippings of women that have been killed throughout the country over the past ten years. He has left a journal recounting the murders of these women. Images of those women, complete with first name and year of death, are tattooed on his body. The only person with a photo that does not have an associated tattoo is Rebecca Daniels, who has been missing for three weeks. The BAU believe she may still be alive because of the tattoo issue. The team look for clues in the nature of the tattoos and in the journal to understand how Rebecca may still be alive when her probable prime captor has just killed himself. Written by
Did You Know?
The victim of this episode was played by Holland Roden, who later appeared in Teen Wolf, another show created by Jeff Davis. See more
At the beginning of the show, the call comes in to the Leon County dispatch center in Tallahassee. The call is from Crawfordville, which is in Wakulla County. See more
I ran the covered tattoo through the morpho-tracking system
Tell me you got something, babe
Emily, don't get ahead of my dramatic telling!
References The Illustrated Man