Garcia leading a victims' support group is a measure to deal with the guilt associated with the death of her parents when she was a teenager, they who were looking for her past curfew late one evening when they were struck by a drunk driver. One of her closest friends in the group, Monica Kingston, just hit the seven year anniversary of the abduction of her then adolescent daughter Hope, who she believes is still alive. After the latest meeting, Garcia, who had just spoken to Monica, finds Monica's car left in the parking lot with the keys in the ignition and her purse on the front seat. Although the police can't act since there is no indication of foul play, Garcia is certain that something bad has happened to Monica. Garcia calls in her friends at the BAU for help. They find images of Monica with an unidentifiable man on a gas station surveillance video, she who seems to be voluntarily going with him. The location of the gas station and another sighting of Monica at her former house... Written by
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Here goes. And... This is the part I always leave out. I had missed my curfew the second time that week, and when I got home, it was crazy late. It was like 3:00 in the morning. And my parents weren't home, and the phone rang, and my life stopped. My parents were killed by a drunk driver when they were out looking for me. And if they hadn't been out looking for me, then...
We all have wounds that we want to heal. That's why we come here every week, right? And I have to ...