A drug trafficker was murdered without apparent motive deep in the forest. Helped by unusually enthusiastic Monroe, Nick soon works out the killer must be a feral and after tracing her it's a girl. Then follows traces indicating she may be a long-missing child having nearly grown up in the woods, and suggesting a link with recluse tracker James Addison, but there are others involved. Written by
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Opens with the quote, "The enchantress was so hard-hearted that she banished the poor girl to a wilderness where she had to live in a miserable, wretched state", from "Rapunzel". The fairytale also serves as a basis for the episode. See more
Monroe claims that burdock root has properties much like aspirin (i.e.: painkiller, reduces fevers), and that it tastes like an old tennis shoe. But while burdock really is a diuretic, it does not act as a painkiller, and the flavor is good enough for it to be a popular vegetable in some countries. Monroe also made it sound as though burdock was hard to find, when it's actually an invasive in most of the US. See more
Here we go. A knochen hof.
Let me guess. "Bone yard."
Literally speaking, yes. But there's a spiritual meaning. We've taken a life to sustain life. And the sacrifice has to be honored. You know, before digestion begins.
Grimm - Intro/Theme
Composed by Richard Marvin See more