A totem pole of human bodies ranging from freshly killed to decades old are found on a beach and while Graham is investigating the crime scene, he suddenly finds himself in Lecter's office, three and a half hours away, with no recollection of how he got there. Lecter theorizes that Graham's mind is trying to escape from having to investigate such brutal murders. Written by
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I'm sorry about yesterday.
Sorry about what?
I... I wasn't feeling like myself.
Well, not feeling like yourself, that's kind of what you do, isn't it?
Written by Brian Reitzell
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