The team investigates the Dawes couple on death row in Florida State Penitentiary for thirteen (or more) murders on young blonde girls in 1985. A dozen girl's bodies were found buried under the sexual psychopath Jacob's garage after the police got an anonymous call. Sarah Jean Dawes (née Mason) 'the Ice Queen' only confessed killing her own two-year old son Riley, Jacob would have ordered her to kill him because he slowed down their flight. Sarah's mother Deb Mason claims she was a normal shy girl util she met Jacob, her late father was a strict soldier but hit his wife. Gideon concludes from a letter to her mother and an interview that Sarah Jean is physically innocent. She just blames herself for failing to stop Jacob and tipped the police herself. Jacob, who clearly craves notoriety, refuses to tell Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner or Jennifer "JJ" Jareau if there are more bodies. When told that Sarah got a stay of execution, Jacob spontaneously offers the location of their son's burial ...
Did You Know?
When Hotch shows his cards near the end of the poker game, he shows ace of clubs, ace of hearts, 8 of hearts and 8 of diamonds, which Jack calls the Dead Man's hand. However the correct Dead Man's Hand is black aces and eights, so ace of clubs, ace of spades, 8 of clubs, 8 of spades. See more
This show is based at a state prison in Alachua, Florida just outside of Gainesville. This area of Florida is about 138 feet above sea level however as the team is driving to the prison in the opening scenes a very large mountain range can be seen in the distance through the windows of the SUV. The Alachua area is rather lush and green due to the abundance of fresh spring waters however as the SUV is driving into the prison not only is the mountain range in clear view but tumbleweeds are blowing across the road from a field with dead, brown grass. See more
Albert Pine said "What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains, and is, immortal."
Cello Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performed by Jian Wang See more