Detective Murdoch investigates the death by electrocution of Morris Garbutt, a former research associate of the famous Nikola Tesla. Tesla has been experimenting with a new form of energy that is transmitted through the air, called microwaves. The evidence points to James Pendrick, but he is in jail. Murdoch soon realizes he has been a fool, about many things, and sets his sights on the perpetrator of this and several other crimes. Dr. Ogden tells Murdoch she is seriously considering an offer to be the head of pediatric surgery at a new hospital in Buffalo. Murdoch is somewhat taken aback and is convinced there is something else that is driving her away. Written by
Did You Know?
The play that Murdoch and Dr. Ogden are seen leaving is "The Importance of Being Ernest" by Oscar Wilde. It premiered in Great Britain in 1895. See more
The cartridges from a revolver are magnetically attracted to Sally Pendricks' purse. Since both casing and bullets are made of non-magnetic metal, this should not happen. See more
Detective William Murdoch
[after hearing that she will be leaving to take a job in Buffalo
Julia, I thought we had an understanding.
Dr. Julia Ogden
We do. I just don't know of what anymore.