National TV ghost-buster Jack Sinclair is killed on camera while investigating the famous New York McClellan house, site of 8 previous 'suspicious' murders. His cameraman Barry Bavetta resigned after a fight that day but has an alibi. Beckett and Esposito being skeptics, Castle mainly teams up with Ryan. The root of Sinclair's fear for the house and its very architecture prove key to discovering both another older murder and a list of present suspects, enabling to set a fitting trap. Written by
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Castle explains that the magnetic field generator would have "knocked out the video and explain the moving tripod on Jack's video" But that tripod is an inexpensive model made of nonferrous metals and plastic. Magnetic fields would have no effect on it. See more
[arriving at the crime scene
The "Ghost Wranglers" are here? Okay, that's why I love these guys. Body's not even cold, they're already tracking down the ghost.
Why doesn't it surprise me that you actually watch that ridiculous show?
Ridiculously awesome! Jack Sinclair is, hands down, America's most accomplished ghost hunter.
Um, Castle... Jack Sinclair is the name of our victim.
And the hunter becomes the hunted...
In accordance to the episode's plot, the main title sequence has changed: the letters flash in-and-out-of-view in a random order a couple of times before settling into the usual "Castle" logo. See more
Written and Performed by Ray Parker Jr. See more