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Nina and George feel the need to get Herrick out of hospital before the authorities ask questions so,claiming that he is Nina's uncle Billy,they take him home to a less than rapturous welcome from Mitchell, even though Herrick seems to be genuinely amnesiac and unsure of who he is. Cara turns up,wanting to restore Herrick to his former powers but he rejects her and she kills herself. Before Mitchell can do anything to Herrick,Wendy,a nervous social worker, comes to visit and is surprised to find that officially no Uncle Billy exists - though Nina manages to fob her off. Herrick senses that Mitchell is his enemy and discovers a scrap-book of the train murders. He shows it to Nina,who calls the police.
When Herrick shows up in the hospital's mental ward, Nina and George must get him out before the authorities start asking questions. Claiming Herrick is Nina's Uncle Billy, they bring him back to the house. Although Herrick's amnesia appears genuine, Mitchell believes he is a danger that must be taken care of. While the social worker, a harried, overworked woman, is in the house checking on 'Uncle Billy's' living situation, Cara shows up, asking for Mitchell's help in restoring Herrick's memories. When she discovers Herrick is in the house, she tries to convince him to leave with her, but he rejects her, and she stakes herself. The social worker, although eventually satisfied with the living arrangements, discovers that Uncle Billy does not, officially, exist. She is about to call her manager when Nina talks her out if it, threatening to report her for negligence. Up in the attic, Herrick discovers Mitchell's scrapbook of articles relating to the Box Tunnel 20 massacre. He shows it to Nina, who reports it to the police.
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