When a human heart is delivered fresh out of a body to the homicide division, Henry and Jo end up in the middle of a Jack the Ripper copycat murder investigation. But it doesn't stop there. A second killing resembles another infamous, unsolved crime: the Black Dahlia murder. Henry has seen it all before, as flashbacks show his involvement with the two original cases from two very different periods of his long life. However, Henry's anonymous caller tips him to search beyond the clues of these classic killings and leads the police squad to profile a very different, yet disturbed suspect.
Did You Know?
"J. Ellroy" in the library check-out ledger is a nod to James Ellroy, author of "The Black Dahlia," a fictional account of the 1947 Los Angeles unsolved murder case. See more
During the conversation with Henry, the Frenchman picks up a kukri and starts to polish it, but in the next shot she's polishing a kris knife instead. See more
In fact there is only one place in this city that might have their records
Do we need a warrant?
No! Just a library card
Performed by Gregory Alan Isakov See more