The discovery of the mutilated corpse of a boy prostitute leads a psychologist to link the crime to the earlier murder of a child patient. He enlists the help of his college friend, a newspaper illustrator, to gather evidence in the case.
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The episode won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role. See more
The opening credits of every episode show various familiar New York landmarks built after the show's 1896 setting being unbuilt in reverse time-lapse, to convey the journey back into the past. However, the final landmark shown being disassembled is the Statue of Liberty, which was completed and dedicated in 1886, ten years before the show is set. See more