While retracing the Maitlands' recent family vacation, Holly pursues a possible connection to an eerily similar case and gains valuable insight from local former detective Andy Katcavage; Glory faces increased scrutiny in her daily life.
Did You Know?
"Que viene el Coco" is a verse in a Spanish traditional children song that warns the misbehaving that if they are not going to sleep, the "Coco" (kind of Boogeyman) will come and eat them. This resonates in the series topic of the gruesome murders where children are killed and bitten. See more
Idilys Castro wrongly uses the word Cuco to refer to the "Coco", or boogeyman, despite saying she comes from Cuba so she should know the difference. See more
Not that this'll be of any comfort to you, but there's always been killers like that. Leading double lives for years until, finally, they get caught. And, when they do, their kids and their wives say, "We had no idea."
It's not very comforting.
Performed by Alan Blaikley
& Harold Geller
(Plays in the home improvement store when Hoskins buys lamps) See more