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Ryan's belief that that Joe Carroll has more acolytes than the six they have so far identified is proved correct when a street performer - wearing an Edgar Allan Poe mask - sets a man on fire and then disappears into the crowd. Using CCTV, they soon identify the attacker as Rick Kester. They question his wife who says her husband, from whom she is separated, is dangerous but that she also has little idea where he might be found. Ryan realizes that the dead man was one of Carroll's critics. Meanwhile, relations among Joey's kidnappers continues to deteriorate. Paul and Emma continue to bicker and Paul decides to leave the house, returning later with someone in tow. Flashbacks reveal a new reason Paul may not like Emma. Written by garykmcd

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1.3 ***1/2
9 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ryan had actually been fooled by attempting to work with the professor when he realized that the killings had something to do with the works of Edgar Allen Poe.

No one can really avoid the animosity of this professor and his band of killers. In this episode, those who criticized his writing and the professor who denied him tenure are all marked for death.

Apparently, jealous of the relationship between one male and one female cult member, another guy goes off and brings back a hostage to the group. Who knows where this will lead to?

The supposed innocent wife of one of the cult members is nothing more than a cult member herself. She even winds up killing one of the investigators.

The show can really give you some nightmares.


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