The BAU's latest case brings a face familiar to J.J. into their office. The familiar face is that of Sarah Hillridge, whose son Charlie was abducted eight years ago when he was eight. Sarah, who believes Charlie is still alive, comes to see J.J. anytime the BAU work on a child abduction case, the latest abducted child being eight year old Aimee Lynch. However J.J. cannot deny that Aimee's abduction bears a striking similarity to Charlie's: the abductions took place in northeast Virginia, the parents were distracted from their own child upon hearing another mother yelling for her own missing child, and the children were abducted in an extremely public location. Upon further investigation, Garcia discovers twelve children in total, all abducted within Virginia in the last ten years, all around the same age, none of the bodies ever found. The BAU come up with a profile of unsubs who could easily keep a lot of children without seeming unusual, and what agencies would have contact with ...
Did You Know?
On the victim board, the picture of Charlie, who is played by Evan Peters, is an actual picture of him. See more
The initial scenes are at a winter festival in Virginia, but all the trees still had foliage. See more
I knew Stephen. He was like a brother to me.
Did he remember us?
You didn't doubt that, did you? Remembering you was the only way we survived.
Written by Dave Tipper
Performed by Dave Tipper
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