Michelle Watson, a Buffalo, New York based real estate agent, is found murdered inside a house at which she was showing. A week later, the Buffalo Police Department receive an audio-less and edited video recording from the murderer's viewpoint of the lead-up to the killing, including shots within the murderer's home, as well as the actual murder itself. From the video, it looks as if it was taken by a hidden camera located somewhere on the upper half of the murderer's body. From the actions on the video, the BAU can also tell that the murderer suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder. Reviewing past cases in the Buffalo area within the past ten years and another video visible in the background of the video sent makes them suspect that this murder was done by a serial killer. Two other key pieces of information on the video are the number "29", circled by the murderer on Michelle's day planner, and the murderer scrawling the words "HELP ME". The BAU have a race for time as they ...
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At 11:11 Prentiss, Morgan, and Hotchner are at the house recreating the steps of the real estate woman's death. Morgan says the killer closed the door before stabbing his victim, but he did not close the door until after he stabbed her. Morgan then says the killer dragged the woman to the couch, when, in fact, he just followed her over to the couch then made her sit down. See more
[in the investigation room; looking at Reid
What's missing from the Michelle Watson murder is any sign of rage or overkill.
Dr. Spencer Reid
Yeah, instead on the tape we see signs of remorse. A complete and sudden emotional change. It's absolutely fascinating.
[walking over to Prentiss, looking at Reid
I love you, Reid, but the stuff you find fascinating is sad.
Written by Carlos Villalobos
Performed by Carlos Villalobos
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