Seventeen days after she goes missing, thirty-eight year old Emma Baker, a Medford, Oregon math teacher, is found dead two hundred miles away in Salem in St. Baldwin's Psychiatric Hospital, an abandoned institution where the criminally insane were housed. She was bound to a hospital bed, dressed in Renaissance type clothing, and her face was powdered white. The autopsy reveals that she died of nicotine poisoning, the substance which was absorbed through her skin from her dress being soaked in a nicotine-based liquid. The autopsy also shows that her legs were submerged in water for a long period of time prior to death. At the site, Emily finds a list of women's names, including "Emma", next to what numbers which Reid determines have some Satanic connection. When a second victim is discovered - one of the names on the list - the body site leads the team to believing there is a connection between the Renaissance costuming and a nearby theater company performing Shakespeare. They have to ... Written by
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[reads a book to James
And so, the white knight opened the door and saw more gold and jewels than he could ever imagine. The wizard said, 'Give me the princess and you shall have all the riches in the world.' The white knight gazed upon the wizard and saw it was the Devil, who had already banished the villagers' wives. I said, 'Give me the princess.' 'Never,' he cried, and slayed the Devil with his spear.
[looks at the people coming in
Look after your sister.