When a famous psychic is murdered, Beckett and Castle search for her killer while also carrying on a spirited debate on the existence of extrasensory abilities. Evidence mounts on both sides, especially when a letter arrives from the victim, penned the day she was killed and predicting her own death -- or was it written by a clever killer, hoping to throw off the investigation? Written by
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[as Beckett reads a note allegedly written by the victim
The psychic predicted her own murder!
Or the killer wrote this in order to throw us off. Run it. Maybe we'll get lucky with prints.
[Beckett and Castle leave
Do you think she really...
[immediately and firmly
Yeah, me neither.
References The X-Files
Written by Robert Duncan See more