Synchronicity, which Amy is currently teaching in one of her classes, seems to be pervading her and Travis' lives. Nearing the end of the process, Amy has agreed to take over as Chair of the search committee for Elmstead College's new Dean of Students, she being up front to President Rivers that her friend, Dr. Tabby Felton, is one of the candidates. Tabby herself finds that she is torn in that her boyfriend, Elmstead's IT department head Joe Gearson, has just accepted a job at Oxford and has asked her to move with him to England, she however still going through with her application for the Dean's position while she decides what to do if and when she is offered the position. Concurrently, Travis has headed back to Chicago to testify in the serial murder case of Jeffrey Lewandowski aka the Wolfman, it the last case Travis led for the Chicago PD. While his testimony goes well, what doesn't go as well is Lewandowski's custody, he who is able to escape, he, in the process, leaving behind ...
Did You Know?
Body count: 1 (found dead) See more
Amy mentions the body in the wall reminds her of Edgar Alan Poe's "Murders in the Rue Morgue". Travis asks if Poe wrote about bodies in a wall and Amy replies "in the chimney". Poe did write a story of a body hidden in a wall, "The Black Cat", and any professor of literature that specializes in mystery writers and stories would have known that. See more
Who Can It Be Now?
Written by Colin Hay
Performed by Colin Hay
Licensed with permission by Compass Records
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