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#303 : Morts de peur

Le Bureau se rend à Portland pour venir en aide aux autorités enquêtant sur les disparitions de personnes qui viennent d'arriver en ville et qui n'ont par conséquent pas beaucoup de relations. Tous les indices mènent vers un psychiatre qui pourrait bien user des phobies de ses patients pour les faire mourir de peur, l'équipe essaye d'avancer malgré l'absence de Gideon.

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4.11 - 9 votes

Titre VO
Scared to Death

Titre VF
Morts de peur

Première diffusion
10.10.2007

Première diffusion en France
27.08.2008

Vidéos

CRIMINAL MINDS s03e03

CRIMINAL MINDS s03e03

  

Criminal Minds 3x03 Scared to Death

Criminal Minds 3x03 Scared to Death

  

Jayne Atkinson-Criminal Minds 3x03

Jayne Atkinson-Criminal Minds 3x03

  

Criminal Minds - 3x03 - six elevator-related deaths per year

Criminal Minds - 3x03 - six elevator-related deaths per year

  

"Babygirl, there's nothing to know."-Morgan/Garcia-Criminal Minds 3x03

"Babygirl, there's nothing to know."-Morgan/Garcia-Criminal Minds 3x03

  

Plus de détails

N°048

Acteurs principaux présents dans l'épisode :
   - Thomas Gibson ... Aaron Hotchner
   - Paget Brewster ... Emily Prentiss
   - Matthew Gray Gubler ... Spencer Reid
   - Shemar Moore ... Derek Morgan
   - A.J. Cook ... Jennifer Jareau
   - Kirsten Vangsness ... Penelope Garcia

Acteurs secondaires et invités dans l'épisode :
   - Michael O'Keefe ... Stan Howard
   - Stephanie Venditto ... Jane Howard
   - Jayne Atkinson ... Erin Strauss
   - Danielle Sapia ... Missy
   - John Bobek ... Patrick
   - Jennifer Lee Keyes .. Jenny
   - Melody Hollis ... Jessica Howard

Une femme est enfermée dans une sorte de boîte, elle supplie l’homme qui est dans la pièce de la laisser sortir, mais il cache la vitre et lui demande si c’est pire que ce qu’elle avait imaginé. Puis il va s’installer à son bureau et commence à prendre des notes jusqu’à ce que l’on n’entende plus la femme. Elle a perdu connaissance ce que l’homme note dans son carnet. 

Au Bureau, Reid lit une nouvelle fois la lettre de Gideon, tandis que Garcia vide le bureau de ce dernier. Hotch est dans son bureau quand Strauss arrive pour l’informer du fait que la démission de Gideon est officielle et qu’elle lui cherche un remplaçant, JJ arrive alors pour prévenir son patron que le briefing va commencer, ils vont donc en salle de réunion. Avant de parler de l’affaire dans l’Oregon, Hotch parle du départ de Gideon, puis il explique que quatre corps ont été retrouvés Portland. Il ne semble pas y avoir de victimologie, ni de mode opératoire déterminés si ce n’est que 3 des corps ont été retrouvés dans la même "tombe" et dont les décès remontent à six mois. La dernière victime ayant été retrouvée seule et ayant été tuée il y a peu, Hotch craint que deux nouveaux meurtres aient lieu prochainement. 

Dans le jet, l’équipe fait un point sur l’affaire, quand Garcia les contacte pour leur expliquer que le tueur se fait passer pour ses victimes en envoyant des mails à leur familles afin qu’elles ne se rendent pas compte de leur disparition. Au bureau du FBI de Portland, où ils rencontrent l’agent chargé de l’affaire, les hommes partent chez la dernière victime pendant qu’Emily commence la victimologie. 

Chez la dernière victime, la taille de l’ascenseur oblige Hotch à prendre les escaliers, ce qui n’est pas plus mal puisque l’ascenseur tombe en panne, ce qui panique légèrement les deux agents qui y sont coincés. L’appareil finit par redémarrer et libérer Reid et Morgan. Ils arrivent enfin dans l’appartement de la victime, où ils découvrent qu’elle était claustrophobe et qu’elle ne connaissait pratiquement personne en ville, puisqu’elle avait emménagé ici peu de temps avant sa mort.

Au bureau JJ et Emily reprennent une nouvelle fois les détails de l’enquête, quand l’agent chargé de l’affaire vient leur dire ce qu’il a appris de la famille de la dernière victime, pas grand-chose si ce n’est qu’elle venait d’arriver à Portland. Emily remarque que toutes les victimes avaient cela en commun, elles venaient toutes d’emménager et n’avait que peu de vie sociale. 

Dans le bureau du tueur celui-ci prend de nouveau des notes. Il éteint alors la lumière et se souvient d’un moment de son enfance, où après avoir supplié sa mère de ne pas éteindre la lumière, celle-ci s’apprête à le frapper à l’aide de sa ceinture. Il rallume la lumière et va chercher un certain Patrick qui l’attend dans une salle adjacente. Il s’avère qu’il s’agit de leur quatrième séance et que Patrick veut passer à l’étape suivante. Un peu plus tard ils quittent l’immeuble en parlant du Goodman Institute, le tueur explique qu’il cherche des gens pour faire des consultations à domicile pour les agoraphobes. Patrick réplique qu’il ne faut pas craindre ses peurs pour commencer à la thérapie… 

Au FBI, JJ interroge l’agent chargé de l’affaire sur ce qu’il a fait lorsqu’il est arrivé en ville, celui-ci n’est à Portland que depuis un mois, ce qui lui donne un point commun avec les victimes. Au bord d’un lac le tueur et son patient parlent de la peur de Patrick, l’eau. 

Au FBI l’équipe présente le profil aux agents. Il recherche un homme méticuleux, qui a un besoin maladif de contrôler les autres, qui est probablement marié, et peut être impuissant. L’absence de marque de défense chez les victimes prouve qu’il est autoritaire et qu’elles avaient peut être confiance en lui. Hotch pense qu’ils vont devoir le surprendre, en prévenant ses victimes potentielles par exemple. 

Pendant ce temps Patrick est dans l’eau et le tueur l’aide à ne pas se noyer grâce à une perche mais lorsqu’il veut sortir il lui met la tête sous l’eau tout en lui demandant si c’est pire que ce qu’il croyait. Patrick finit par se noyer et le tueur quitte les lieux après avoir pris de nouvelles notes.

JJ fait une conférence de presse afin d’alerter les nouveaux venus à Portland. Une propriétaire d’immeuble qui voit ceci à la télévision appelle le bureau où Emily lui répond. La propriétaire s’inquiète de ne pas voir Patrick qui a laissé sa chienne seule depuis ce matin ce qui ne lui ressemble pas, car il est réglé comme une horloge. 

Dans le bureau du tueur celui-ci prend toujours des notes, avant de rentrer chez lui où sa femme lui reproche d’être en retard, celui-ci s’énerve, il a alors des visions de sa mère. Puis finalement il va voir sa fille, celle-ci a peur de dormir dans le noir mais son père éteint tout de même toutes les lumières.

Un jogger découvre le corps de Patrick, rapidement le FBI accompagné de Derek et Emily arrivent sur les lieux. Derek appelle le reste de l’équipe pour les informer que Hotch avait raison sur le fait que le tueur allait trouver un nouveau lieu pour se débarrasser des corps. Lorsque Hotch passe en revue les différents MO, immolation, pendaison, noyade, Reid explique sa théorie selon laquelle les victimes ont été tuées selon leur phobie.   

A l’extérieur, Emily et Reid parlent du départ de Gideon, Prentiss s’inquiète pour Spencer, qui compare ce départ à l’abandon de son père. Celle-ci pense que si Gideon a adressé sa lettre à Reid ce n’est pas pour rien et lui dit qu’il devrait la relire une nouvelle fois. Au bureau du tueur, celui-ci est en train d’interroger une femme.

Reid et Emily arrivent dans une laverie automatique située à proximité de chez Patrick, ils découvrent une petite annonce pour une recherche médicale sur l’anxiété, ce qui pourrait être le moyen qu’utilise le tueur pour attirer ses victimes. 

Pendant ce temps le tueur interroge toujours sa patiente qui lui avoue ne pas avoir parlé de la thérapie à sa famille, et qu’elle a peur de se faire enterrer vivante. Le tueur lui dit qu’il peut l’aider à se débarrasser de cette peur en une seule séance qu’elle n’aura qu’à repasser plus tard. Plus tard dans le sous sol d’un immeuble, le tueur creuse un trou. 

Au café de la seconde victime Emily et Derek découvrent une nouvelle annonce prouvant que le tueur fait cela depuis bien plus longtemps qu’ils le pensaient. Il retourne donc sur les lieux où les 4 premiers corps ont été trouvés et y découvrent 12 victimes de plus. Morgan et Garcia sont au téléphone, Pénélope taquine l’agent sur l’incident de l’ascenseur, avant de lui dire ce qu’elle a trouvé grâce au numéro de téléphone donné sur la petite annonce. Il permet de joindre le Goodman Institute, un institut qui est en fait fictif mais qui se fait passer pour un centre spécialisé dans les peurs et phobies. 

Le tueur et sa nouvelle victime se rendent dans le sous-sol où le psychologue a creusé le trou. La victime est stressée et a surement été droguée peu de temps avant, ce qui permet au tueur de la jeter facilement dans le trou. Il a alors de nouveau des souvenirs de son enfance, quand sa mère l’enfermait dans un placard. Alors que sa victime le supplie de la laisser sortir il commence à lui verser des sacs des terres dessus.

Au bureau, l’équipe analyse ce qu’ils ont trouvé sur le site de l’institut il pense avoir à faire à un psychologue qui a fait ses études dans les années 80 et qui a probablement adopter, il a de plus peut être été maltraité. Garcia entre donc tous ces paramètres dans son ordinateur et trouve le nom de Stanley Howard. Elle leur apprend qu’il a fermé son cabinet l’année précédente, au moment où les meurtres ont commencé. L’immeuble où se situait son cabinet est actuellement en travaux une partie de l’équipe s’y rend pendant que les autres vont chez sa femme.

Chez les Howard, Emily et JJ interrogent la femme du tueur, qui ignorait que son mari avait fermé son cabinet. Elle leur apprend que la mère de Stanley est morte l’an dernier. Pendant ce temps les hommes sont arrivés à son ancien bureau mais il n’y a plus d’immeuble. Mme Howard apprend à Prentiss que sa famille possède un immeuble en ville. 

Dans l’immeuble le tueur continue d’enterrer sa victime qui est rapidement ensevelie. Les hommes arrivent dans l’immeuble, et finissent par repérer Howard qui monte sur le toit suivi de près par Hotch et Morgan. Hotch essaye de raisonner le tueur qui est sur le point de se suicider, mais il refuse de dire où se trouve la dernière victime et se jette dans le vide.

Les derniers mots du tueur laissent penser à Hotch que la dernière victime est proche du lieu où ils se trouvent. Lorsque Reid découvre qu’elle était la plus grande peur de celle-ci et que Hotch voit la terre sur les mains du tueur ils vont fouiller la cave et la retrouve. Heureusement celle-ci est toujours en vie. Dans le jet, Hocth et Morgan qui n’arrivent pas à dormir, discutent des changements de comportement d’Aaron, celui-ci finit par avouer que sa femme est partie.

Jenny Wittman: Please help me. I can't feel my legs! Please? I'm gonna die!

Stan Howard: It's, um... It's been 7 minutes.

Jenny Wittman: I'm done with this, okay?

Stan Howard: Is it worse than you thought?

Jenny Wittman: I--I can't breathe… What are you doing? Just--just let me out, please. Just let me out… Yes, it's worse! No, please! Let me out! Let me out! Let me out! Please! Please!

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Penelope Garcia: He left everything, except the photographs.

Spencer Reid: He always said those were like his family.

Penelope Garcia: What should we do with all of this?

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Aaron Hotchner: Come in.

Erin Strauss: How is everyone?

Aaron Hotchner: We're adapting.

Erin Strauss: His resignation is official. Jason Gideon is no longer an agent in the bureau.

Aaron Hotchner: Is he going to guest lecture?

Erin Strauss: No. He's gone. His years of service are appreciated. We're looking for his replacement.

Aaron Hotchner: That was fast.

Erin Strauss: Well, the bureau doesn't like to leave posts empty for long. I'd like your input.

Aaron Hotchner: I appreciate that.

Jennifer Jareau: Sir, we're gathering.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you.

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Jennifer Jareau: Is everything okay?

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Jennifer Jareau: Okay, we have 4 victims in Oregon. 2 male, 2 female.

Aaron Hotchner: I got this.

Jennifer Jareau: Uh, sure.

Aaron Hotchner: I know that we've all been wondering what this was all about and, uh... You know I've known Jason for many years, and I can tell you I have no idea… But it doesn't even matter. What matters is we're here, and we're gonna continue. Portland field office uncovered a mass grave with 3 bodies, killed 6 months ago. Nearby they found another body. Causes of death range from burning alive to asphyxiation. No sexual assault.

Derek Morgan: Well, the torture's clearly sadistic.

Spencer Reid: The lack of sexual preferences could make it hard to tell if the unsub is male or female.

Emily Prentiss: Typically, female serial killers stick to the same M.O. It looks like this guy's all over the place.

Aaron Hotchner: Most recent victim is Jenny Wittman. Asphyxiated. Discovered yesterday.

Spencer Reid: How long was she missing?

Aaron Hotchner: She was never reported missing.

Spencer Reid: What about the others?

Aaron Hotchner: Only one.

Spencer Reid: One of 4?

Jennifer Jareau: Rick Holland was reported missing 9 months ago, but the search was called off.

Aaron Hotchner: Family discovered his car at the train station. But more importantly, they received e-mails from him saying that he needed time to figure things out.

Derek Morgan: And his family bought that?

Aaron Hotchner: Well, I guess the alternative was too hard to accept.

Spencer Reid: Reaching out could be a sign of remorse.

Aaron Hotchner: Psychopaths don't apologize for their behaviour. This guy's covering his tracks.

Derek Morgan: Well, it's working.

Emily Prentiss: So... 3 victims he buried in one grave and then only Jenny Wittman in the other.

Derek Morgan: You thinking it's a pattern?

Emily Prentiss: Uh, it's hard to tell.

Aaron Hotchner: If there is, it's one down... 2 to go.

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Aaron Hotchner: The Taoist philosopher Lao Tzu once wrote: “He who controls others may be powerful, but he who has mastered himself is mightier still.”

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Aaron Hotchner: Can we go over what Portland found?

Jennifer Jareau: One female and 2 male victims found buried together in the same grave… All 25 to 30. All had been dead... 6 months?

Emily Prentiss: That sounds like 3 different M.O.S.

Spencer Reid: Uh, Gary Taylor, the phantom sniper, was all over the map, just like this guy. He changed his M.O. As his need to control the situation changed.

Aaron Hotchner: What about the fresh grave?

Jennifer Jareau: Uh, female, 28, dead roughly 48 hours. She was asphyxiated.

Derek Morgan: It's a good thing this guy's dump site has been compromised.

Emily Prentiss: As soon as the unsub knows that, he may feel pressured that we're onto him. It could push him to make a mistake.

Penelope Garcia: Hey. You. Uh, down here.

Spencer Reid: I knew that.

Penelope Garcia: Good thing you're handsome, doctor. Attention team members-- this killer guy continues to stoop to an all-time low of lows by posing as his victims. He's also manipulated 2 of the families into thinking that everything was okay, even after they were reported missing. One of the fake e-mails was from their daughter. She said she met this guy and was taking him to her favourite place, Australia, for a couple of weeks. Family contacted the Australian authorities after too much time had passed.

Derek Morgan: This guy sure knows a lot of personal information about his victims.

Emily Prentiss: How did he get access to their e-mail accounts?

Penelope Garcia: Screen name was the same, but the domain was different. The families never noticed. When I find more pieces of the puzzle, you'll know. Garcia out.

Aaron Hotchner: This guy's creative. Let's go over the details one more time just to make sure we haven't missing anything.

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Bill Calvert: You must be the B.A.U. Special Agent Bill Calvert.

Jennifer Jareau: Hi. Jennifer Jareau. This is SSA Aaron Hotchner. These are Agents Morgan, Prentiss, and Dr. Reid.

Bill Calvert: I appreciate your help on this case.

Derek Morgan: So you're from Boston, huh?

Bill Calvert: The accent's kind of hard to miss in Oregon, right?

Aaron Hotchner: We'd like to take a look around Jenny Wittman's apartment.

Bill Calvert: I'd take you myself, but I'm waiting to meet a family, so I'll have another agent drive you out there.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you.

Emily Prentiss: I'll stay behind and work victimology.

Aaron Hotchner: Great. I could use some extra hands. We'll call you if we find anything.

Jennifer Jareau: So we'll just set up here?

Bill Calvert: Yeah. Yeah, this is fine. Right here.

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Spencer Reid: Wittman's place is on the fourth floor… Can you get in there?

Aaron Hotchner: I'll... Meet you guys up there.

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Spencer Reid: Don't do that.

Derek Morgan: Why isn't it moving?

Spencer Reid: I don't know. Don't… Stop it! Don't...

Derek Morgan: What? What's the problem?

Spencer Reid: Don't do that!

Derek Morgan: Why not?

Spencer Reid: Because there are 6 elevator related deaths per year, not to mention 10,000 injuries that require hospitalization. Chill out.

Derek Morgan: That sounds like pretty good odds to me. Are you scared, Reid?

Spencer Reid: I'm not scared. I don't want to be in an elevator with you, to be honest.

Derek Morgan: How about I push that? What if I push-- Whoa. Okay.

Spencer Reid: Hit the… Hit the… Yeah. Push it! Push, pull, push, pull.

Derek Morgan: I'm doing it. Nothing's happening.

Spencer Reid: Pry… Pry… Pry the door open.

Derek Morgan: Just-- yeah. It's stuck, man. No, no, no, no. Not today. No, not today.

Spencer Reid: Hotch?

Derek Morgan: Hotch!

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Derek Morgan: Hallelujah.

Aaron Hotchner: Was that the alarm? You guys okay?

Spencer Reid: I'll get back to you on that.

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Apartment Super: FBI was already here 2 days ago. Didn't find anything.

Spencer Reid: We're from the behavioural analysis unit.

Apartment Super: What's that mean?

Spencer Reid: It means that we study human behaviour. We don't just look at evidence. It helps us to determine why this killer chose this particular victim.

Spencer Reid: The place has a lived-in feel to it.

Aaron Hotchner: It looks like she spent most of her free time here.

Spencer Reid: No messages on the answering machine.

Derek Morgan: Hey, guys. Come take a look at this…

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Derek Morgan: There's bath products all around the tub, but she never turned the shower on.

Apartment Super: What makes you say that?

Derek Morgan: It's got nothing but boxes inside. She used it for storage.

Spencer Reid: Uh, did anything ever strike you as odd about jenny?

Apartment Super: You know what? When she moved in here 2 months ago, she walked up and down those stairs a hundred times. She wouldn't use the elevator.

Derek Morgan: I don't blame her.

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Derek Morgan: Okay, so we know jenny didn't like tight spaces or the elevator. What else do we know?

Spencer Reid: We know that he preys on people that are new to the city with no strong social ties.

Derek Morgan: And Jenny fits the model. She's an easy target.

Aaron Hotchner: And he's betting that she won't be missed.

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Emily Prentiss: We have been over the details of this case so many times, I could recite it in my sleep.

Jennifer Jareau: Nothing like being prepared.

Bill Calvert: Sorry to interrupt, but I just spoke to Jenny Wittman's family.

Emily Prentiss: Did they give you any insights?

Bill Calvert: Well, they weren't what you'd call close-knit. It was like she wanted a fresh start. Struck out on her own.

Emily Prentiss: Yeah, Garcia couldn't come up with any connection between the victims. Different socioeconomic backgrounds, levels of education, and areas of work.

Jennifer Jareau: But they all had relocated to Portland without any family or friends-- one divorced, the rest single.

Emily Prentiss: They did have that in common. New to the city, and they all lived alone.

Bill Calvert: That'd describe me to a T. I transferred to this field office a month ago. I'm 30,single, and don't have much of a social life since I work so much.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, I need to go over whatever evidence you found at the other victims' homes, and then I would love to pick your brain about how you got settled into the city.

Bill Calvert: Absolutely. So this guy... He burns them, hangs them, smothers them. Why does he kill so many different ways?

Emily Prentiss: That's exactly what we're trying to find out.

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Stan Howard: Mommy, please, don't turn off the light!

Mother: Stop whining!

Stan Howard: But I'm scared!

Mother: One more word out of you, and you know what’s coming!

Stan Howard: Mommy, please don't get the belt! No! No, mommy, please! No! Please!

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Stan Howard: Patrick. I'm so sorry to have kept you waiting. I didn't know that Kelly had gone home for the day.

Patrick Walker: It's no problem. I got plenty to keep me busy.

Stan Howard: Thanks for coming in so late. Does this time work better for your schedule?

Patrick Walker: Yeah. After class is great.

Stan Howard: This is our fourth session. Tell me about the progress you think we've made.

Patrick Walker: Well, I thought about what you said… I want to move on to the next phase.

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Patrick Walker: I recognize these names from your website. How many specialists work with the Goodman institute?

Stan Howard: We're looking for another who can make house calls.

Patrick Walker: For agoraphobics?

Stan Howard: Some patients know what's best, but they can't find the courage to go through behavioural therapy.

Patrick Walker: I figured it's what I had to do to get over it. I have nothing to fear but fear itself.

Stan Howard: That's what they say.

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Jennifer Jareau: So what was the first thing you did when you moved here?

Bill Calvert: I found the best coffee in town, then moved within walking distance.

Jennifer Jareau: Okay, so you got established got comfortable in your surroundings...

Bill Calvert: Joined a gym.

Jennifer Jareau: All right. Okay. So where else is there…

Bill Calvert: Doctor, dentist, dry cleaner. You think he goes to these places to find his victims?

Jennifer Jareau: Maybe.

Bill Calvert: There's something around every corner.

Jennifer Jareau: Well, we only have to canvass 4 neighbourhoods.

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Patrick Walker: I had to stop going to camp after that.

Stan Howard: And you never learned to swim?

Patrick Walker: No, I couldn't. I had a panic attack every time I got near the water.

Stan Howard: Well, look at you now. You're doing just fine, Patrick.

Patrick Walker: I guess so.

Stan Howard: Our bodies knew water before they knew air. It's really the most natural thing in the world. It's not going to hurt you.

Patrick Walker: I've never been this close and felt so calm.

Stan Howard: That's because you've admitted you need help. That's the hardest part. All we gotta do now is get ahold of this fear.

Patrick Walker: I thought we'd be in a laboratory or something. I just…

Stan Howard: Behavioral therapy's most effective in a natural setting. You get a feeling for what it's really like. How you doing?

Patrick Walker: I'm kind of sweaty.

Stan Howard: That's perfectly normal. Do you need a second?

Patrick Walker: No. No, let's do it.

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Derek Morgan: Okay, we know this guy used wildwood trail As his personal graveyard for 6 months. That site's been blown for him now, which means that he's been forced to change part of his M.O.

Aaron Hotchner: Which won't be easy for somebody who thrives on being in control. The reason that he's gotten away with these first 3 murders is that he's been meticulous at every stage, from how he chooses his victims to their torture and their burial.

Emily Prentiss: To us, his victims appear to be nonspecific. Other than being new to Portland, all they seem to have shared was a torturous death.

Bill Calvert: But you think the unsub chooses them for another reason, too?

Emily Prentiss: We think so.

Spencer Reid: The tortures lack a sexual component, which is incredibly rare. I think it's more about, uh, not necessarily about exerting power, but more like overcompensating for a lack of it.

Derek Morgan: This guy craves control. He's coming from a place of weakness, trying to demonstrate strength. Now we see this a lot in unsubs who've have been abused.

Aaron Hotchner: The lack of sexual assault could be as simple as the fact that he's impotent, something that he's trying to hide.

Emily Prentiss: A man this obsessed with control most likely feels powerless in his everyday life. So he would crave stability, security. He's most likely married. If he is impotent, he could keep up appearances by adopting children.

Spencer Reid: Yeah, and someone this methodical has every moment planned. If he is captured, he'd most likely take his own life rather than give up any sort of control.

Derek Morgan: The victims' lack of defensive wounds suggest that they willingly put themselves in danger. So someone of authority or otherwise easily trusted put them up to this.

Emily Prentiss: Also, the victims' families were led to believe their loved ones were alive and well through e-mails written by this murderer.

Aaron Hotchner: He's calculating, and he's intelligent, and... We're going to have to do something that he's not expecting.

Bill Calvert: Like what?

Aaron Hotchner: Like warn his potential victims.

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Stan Howard: You're doing great.

Patrick Walker: Just keep telling me that. Okay. This is good.

Stan Howard: How's it feel? Deep breaths.

Patrick Walker: No, I'm done. I'm done. This isn't going to work.

Stan Howard: It is worse than you thought?

Patrick Walker: I'm not ready. No! Help me-- aah! Help!

Stan Howard: Is it worse than you thought?

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Jennifer Jareau: We found the remains of 4 victims in wildwood trail. 2 women, 2 men, all in their 20s, all transplants to Portland. Because the victims have this in common, we are confident that the person We're looking for latches on to people new to the city. He chooses them because they make for easier targets. If you are young and new to Portland, or if you know someone that is, please call the number on your screen for more detailed information about how to stay out of a dangerous situation. We believe the person that we're looking for is able to fit into many surroundings…

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Landlady: Oh, this poor dog has been like this all day. Lucy, it's okay. It's okay.

Emily Prentiss: Ma'am, you're saying your tenant Patrick Walker, 28, moved to Portland for grad school, and he's been missing for how long?

Landlady: Since this morning. I know that that sounds crazy, but Patrick sticks to a routine. I tease him that he's more predictable than I am. Jogs while I'm watching the morning shows, walks to class with his backpack after that. He--he's always home for lunch. That's when he walks Lucy.

Emily Prentiss: You're in his apartment right now. Does anything look out of the ordinary? Is his backpack there still?

Landlady: Yes.

Emily Prentiss: Okay. Then we know he's not at class.

Landlady: Why would he just leave like this?

Emily Prentiss: I don't know.

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Jane Howard: What is the point of having family dinners if you're not here?

Stan Howard: I was with a patient.

Jane Howard: At some point, you knew you'd be late, you should have called. It's not that hard. You didn't pay Jessica's tuition. I wrote them a check. She's taken a bath. She's brushed her teeth. I read her books. She asked for you 3 times already… Your dinner is going to get cold again.

Stan Howard: Damn it.

Jane Howard: Don't curse at me.

Stan Howard: I can't do anything right, huh? What do you want me to do? Eat? Is this it? Is that what you want? Does this make you happy? Is this what you like? Huh?

Mother: What's wrong with you?

Jane Howard: What are you doing?

Stan Howard: Isn't that what you want?

Jane Howard: What's wrong with you?

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Jessica Howard: Why were you yelling at mommy?

Stan Howard: It's late, Jessica.

Jessica Howard: Is it because she always yells at you?

Stan Howard: That tricks your body into thinking it's still daytime. Your melatonin production is interrupted.

Jessica Howard: Mela what?

Stan Howard: You grow in your sleep, and you can only do that... If it's dark.

Jessica Howard: I don't like the dark.

Stan Howard: There's nothing to be afraid of. It's for your own good.

Jessica Howard: Don't, daddy. Don't turn off the light. Please.

Stan Howard: Good night.

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Bill Calvert: Local police identified the body. It's Patrick Walker. He's got deep abrasions and bruising on the neck and shoulders.

Derek Morgan: I'm going to go see if they found anything else in the water.

Emily Prentiss: Okay.

Bill Calvert: I know his landlady called you about this guy missing, but what makes you think this is related?

Emily Prentiss: He fits the profile of our victims. He's the same age, lives alone, new to the city.

Bill Calvert: But he wasn't buried like everybody else.

Emily Prentiss: No, you found the unsub's dump site. He couldn't go back to the trail. It forced him to do something different.

Derek Morgan: Well, they found a rope at the bottom of the river, but that's probably been there for years. A couple feet out, they found this. It's shepherd's crook. Lifeguards and rescue workers use it.

Emily Prentiss: Oh, I bet he didn't use it for safety.

Derek Morgan: Officer, thank you.

Bill Calvert: We haven't seen any evidence of a struggle with the other bodies. This is the first one.

Emily Prentiss: Do you remember any open cases involving suspicious drownings?

Bill Calvert: Since I've been in Portland, we've had 2 or 3. I can call the office, get the files to your other agents. Maybe they can make a connection.

Emily Prentiss: Thank you.

Bill Calvert: Yeah.

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Aaron Hotchner: Hotchner.

Derek Morgan: Hey, that landlady Prentiss spoke to was right to be worried. We just found Patrick walker dead in a river.

Emily Prentiss: And it was exactly what you predicted. He found a new place to dump the body.

Aaron Hotchner: Fire ,hanging, asphyxiation. Now we've got a drowning.

Spencer Reid: I think it's someone who's afraid of drowning.

Aaron Hotchner: What do you mean?

Spencer Reid: Yeah, it hit me when Morgan freaked out when we were stuck in the elevator.

Emily Prentiss: You got stuck in an elevator?

Derek Morgan: I freaked?

Spencer Reid: Well, that's not important. Here's what is. If you look at the M.O.S of the victims, what do they all have in common? They could all be classified as anxiety disorders. It's right out of the diagnostics and statistical manual. It lists 5 subtypes of phobias.

Aaron Hotchner: Most of these are environmental and situational.

Spencer Reid: Exactly.

Aaron Hotchner: So it's all about fear. These people are being killed by their fears.

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Jenny Wittman: Please help me.

Victim: Help me.

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Emily Prentiss: So Hotch is even more intense now that Gideon's gone.

Spencer Reid: Yeah, I've noticed.

Emily Prentiss: Do you think that's going to change?

Spencer Reid: I certainly think we'll find out.

Emily Prentiss: What about you? You okay?

Spencer Reid: Oh, I'm-- I'm great.

Emily Prentiss: Do you want to talk about it?

Spencer Reid: What's there to talk about, really?

Emily Prentiss: Gideon.

Spencer Reid: Oh, no. He, uh-- he left a letter explaining everything. Just like my dad did when he abandoned me and my mom.

Emily Prentiss: He addressed it to you.

Spencer Reid: Yeah, yeah. You know, Gideon stood toe to toe with some of the sickest people on this planet… I think that took a lot of courage, right?

Emily Prentiss: Yeah.

Spencer Reid: So, why'd he do this? It's addressed to me, but I'm-- I'm not-- I'm not the only one that he abandoned.

Emily Prentiss: But why is it addressed to you? I think you need to read that letter again.

Spencer Reid: I have an eidetic memory, Emily.

Emily Prentiss: Ah, yeah, I know, and an I.Q. Of 187, but what do you remember about your father?

Spencer Reid: What do you mean?

Emily Prentiss: Well, he gave you 10 years before he left, and yet you've erased all those memories. And--it's too painful. I get it. But then Gideon leaves. I think you need to read that letter again, and ask yourself why, of all the people he walked away from, did he only explain himself to one person… You.

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Stan Howard: How are you adjusting to the city?

Missy Cassell: Did I actually move to Portland? I wouldn't know it since I've only seen the 4 walls in my apartment. I also work at home. Blessing and a curse.

Stan Howard: Must be hard.

Missy Cassell: I haven't even had time to hook up my cable.

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Emily Prentiss: Morgan said this is the Laundromat closest to Patrick Walker's apartment building. So, we have washers and dryers, and... We have a bulletin board.

Spencer Reid: Snack machine.

Emily Prentiss: Yeah, I don't think he's luring them with pretzels.

Spencer Reid: Babysitter, buy a car... Ooh, look at this baby.

Emily Prentiss: Participate in a controlled research project and you'll receive 100 bucks to get over your anxieties.

Spencer Reid: You only have to attend 2 sessions?

Emily Prentiss: 2 hours of your time, 100 bucks--easy sell.

Spencer Reid: Just one stub's taken.

Derek Morgan: Hey, well, Patrick Walker just joined a pretty sweet boxing gym, but that's about it. You guys find anything? Well, I think we should go over to victim number 2's coffee shop, see if any of these are hanging around.

Emily Prentiss: If all of our victims saw these fliers, we just figured out how he casts his net.

Derek Morgan: Let's do it.

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Stan Howard: Have you told anyone that you're going to therapy?

Missy Cassell: I can't talk to my family about it. They'd just tell me to get over it.

Stan Howard: Tell me what kind of situations cause you to feel anxious.

Missy Cassell: Well, uh, over the holidays, I'm supposed to go on a cave-diving trip to Mexico.

Stan Howard: Cave diving? That's pretty advanced. You've scuba diver before?

Missy Cassell: Oh, yeah. I got certified when I was 15.

Stan Howard: But there's no fear of the water, so drowning's not an issue?

Missy Cassell: No, I can go below the surface in 50 feet. As long as it's open water, I'm okay. But, uh... The idea of going near a cave... Really puts me in a panic.

Stan Howard: What do you start to think about?

Missy Cassell: The walls… You know, they get smaller… And then, uh, they fall on top of me… And then it's dark, and I can't breathe.

Stan Howard: So when you're down in the imaginary cave, you become trapped, and you can't get to the surface?

Missy Cassell: Yeah.

Stan Howard: You're essentially talking about being... Buried alive.

Missy Cassell: Can you help me?

Stan Howard: The core of any phobia is the feeling that we're losing control. Once we can understand and accept that, we can conquer what frightens us. I think you can get over this fear in just one session and never feel this way again.

Missy Cassell: Really?

Stan Howard: If you can come back to the office later, we can get started.

Missy Cassell: Okay.

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Emily Prentiss: These fliers have all been hanging in places where our victims could have seen them.

Derek Morgan: What do you see?

Emily Prentiss: Well, look at the date. Friday, august 25.

Derek Morgan: That was last summer.

Emily Prentiss: If he's been luring victims for that long…

Derek Morgan: There could be more victims that we missed. We need to go back and check the rest of that trail.

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Emily Prentiss: How did we miss this before?

Derek Morgan: Well, the trail's 40 miles long.

Bill Calvert: 8 graves, 12 bodies.

Emily Prentiss: So he didn't stick to a pattern. And we have 12 more victims.

Bill Calvert: The guy had a busy year.

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Derek Morgan: Baby girl, there's nothing to know. I hit a couple of buttons. It got stuck. That's it. What do you want?

Penelope Garcia: And?

Derek Morgan: Okay, I freaked out, a little bit. Look here, you little busybody, I know you traced that number for me 5 minutes ago, so give it up.

Penelope Garcia: Ah, yes. Changing the subject. It's listed as the Goodman institute.

Derek Morgan: What the hell's that?

Penelope Garcia: I've beyond googled this thing. To the untrained eye, it looks totally legit. Someone went to great lengths to make the website decent. The articles are well written but, as my brilliant and bespectacled eyes can see, they all lead to dead ends.

Derek Morgan: Well, then what is it?

Penelope Garcia: A bogus business that claims to be the leading researcher in behavioural therapy. There's no tax records, no business license, no evidence it actually exists. It's supposed to be run by a guy named Dr. Barry Goodman. Says here he's renowned in curing fears and phobias. Get this, he has an online questionnaire asks all kinds of things about phobias.

Derek Morgan: So these victims fill it out and he plucks them off the screen. Garcia, get that over to Hotch.

Penelope Garcia: Way ahead of you, 'Fraidy cat.

Derek Morgan: Of course you are.

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Stan Howard: Now, it's only a basement, but... It's cool and dark, so it's going to feel like a cave.

Missy Cassell: I'll definitely take basement over cave right now.

Stan Howard: You feeling relaxed?

Missy Cassell: Yeah, that cup of tea really helped calm me down.

Stan Howard: Come on. It's okay. Just remember your state of mind gives you all the power. You're in complete control.

Missy Cassell: Let's just do this before I change my mind. Yeah. I feel a little... Dizzy.

Stan Howard: It's perfectly normal to feel uneasy during the process. Change can be uncomfortable. Just walk toward me… You're very brave, Missy.

Missy Cassell: What are you doing? Wait no!

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Mother: You wet the bed again!

Stan Howard: I'm sorry!

Mother: Now they'll all see.

Stan Howard: Stop! Don't! Stop!

Mother: I've had enough.

Stan Howard: No

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Stan Howard: No don't let me out.

Missy Cassell: What are you doing? Dr. Howard? Please… I'm scared. Please? Please. I wanna come out. Please! Please. Please!

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Spencer Reid: Maybe it's Maybelline instead of anxiety disorders.

Emily Prentiss: Yeah, this guy's either an amateur or he studied psychology in the eighties.

Derek Morgan: His phrasing of the questions are clinical. This guy's a professional.

Aaron Hotchner: Well, he's able to pick the perfect victims. “Are you close to your family? Easy making friends?” Just answer yes and you're spared the torture.

Bill Calvert: We figured out how he chooses his victims, but how does that get us his real name?

Aaron Hotchner: All right. Let's review. J.J., can you get Garcia?

Derek Morgan: I think the guy's a real psychiatrist.

Emily Prentiss: Also afraid of being alone, so he's most likely married.

Spencer Reid: May have adopted children.

Bill Calvert: Why?

Spencer Reid: Well, because the tortures lack a sexual component.

Bill Calvert: Oh, right. He might be impotent.

Penelope Garcia: Hey, guys.

Spencer Reid: Also, he's desperate for a sense of community. He'd definitely have kids.

Penelope Garcia: Okay, I'm crossing Portland doctors with adoptions.

Aaron Hotchner: And given the obsession to control his victims with torture, he might have been abused.

Penelope Garcia: Okay, juvenile records are going to be sealed, so you gotta give me a minute.

Emily Prentiss: He uses antiquated terms like phobias, so he's most likely in his 40s.

Penelope Garcia: And... The creep of the moment award goes to... One 43-year-old Dr. Stanley Howard, psychiatrist.

Bill Calvert: This guy was killing his own patients?

Aaron Hotchner: No. Stan Howard's smarter than that. That's why he created Goodman and the research ruse.

Penelope Garcia: Married to Jane Howard, has one 8-year-old daughter Jessica. He started a center for abused kids.

Aaron Hotchner: Probably because he could relate.

Penelope Garcia: One good deed's not fortifying his karma sufficiently. Looks like his practice shut down last year.

Aaron Hotchner: Right about the time the killings started?

Penelope Garcia: He still has a lease on his old office building. City permits were pulled due to renovation, but what do you know? They've been delayed. Yikes! His bank records show a seriously depleted savings account.

Aaron Hotchner: So he's keeping up appearances. Where's the building?

Penelope Garcia: 427 cedars avenue.

Bill Calvert: It's not far from here.

Aaron Hotchner: All right. Let's go check the building. You two…

Emily Prentiss: Talk to the family, got it.

Jennifer Jareau: Thanks, Garcia.

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Emily Prentiss: Why do they always seem so normal?

Jessica Howard: Who are you?

Emily Prentiss: Hi. I'm Emily, and this is Jennifer.

Jane Howard: You never open the door unless you know who it is.

Emily Prentiss: Hello, ma'am, we're here from the FBI.

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Emily Prentiss: Where is your husband?

Jane Howard: He's with a patient.

Emily Prentiss: You know, he shut down his practice a year ago.

Jane Howard: Excuse me? No, that's not possible. He wouldn't do something like that without talking to me first.

Emily Prentiss: He referred his patients to other doctors and allowed his license to expire.

Jane Howard: What's happening?

Emily Prentiss: Has Stan been acting strangely lately?

Jane Howard: Well, he's had... Some issues since his mother died last year, but... I mean, he refused to go to her funeral, but they were never close. Stan always said it was because of her that he became a psychiatrist.

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Spencer Reid: This is 427 cedars avenue. Where's the office?

Bill Calvert: He wasn't luring victims to an empty lot.

Aaron Hotchner: Hey, Prentiss. We're at the office. The building's gone. Right. All right.

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Jane Howard: What do you mean, it's gone?

Emily Prentiss: We need to figure out where Stan's been going every day.

Jane Howard: I don't know.

Emily Prentiss: Where would he go, Mrs. Howard?

Jane Howard: My family has commercial property downtown. I-- maybe...

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Missy Cassell: Please. No! No, no.

Stan Howard: Is it worse than you thought?

Missy Cassell: Yes, it is. You don't have to do this! I'm going to be ok! I'm going to be okay! Just--please! Just--just-- help me out. I promise I won't tell anyone anything. Just pull me out. Please?

Stan Howard: Is it worse?

Missy Cassell: Oh, help me out! Please! Just... Help me out! Please! No...

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Bill Calvert: There are no tenants in this building. These must be fake names.

Derek Morgan: Helps with the ruse. Goodman's on the fifth floor.

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Derek Morgan: It's clear!

Bill Calvert: Back area's clear!

Aaron Hotchner: Missy Cassell was the last person to sign in.

Spencer Reid: When was that?

Aaron Hotchner: Hours ago. All right, let's split up. Calvert, you and Reid take the west side.

Derek Morgan: It definitely looks like he's still here.

Aaron Hotchner: He's not gonna go quietly.

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Derek Morgan: Stan Howard, FBI! Stay where you are!

Aaron Hotchner: Morgan, slow down. Tell Reid and Calvert that we found him.

Derek Morgan: Reid, it's Morgan. We got Howard. Call the fire department. He's going to the roof.

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Aaron Hotchner: Dr. Howard? I'm Aaron Hotchner. I'm with the FBI.

Stan Howard: Don't ask me to come down.

Aaron Hotchner: We found at least 15 dead people. It's over.

Stan Howard: They sacrificed themselves for science.

Aaron Hotchner: You know this is the easy way out. If you come down, we'd like to talk to you. You know you'll never get over your fear by killing yourself or your patients.

Stan Howard: Most people go into law enforcement because they want to help others.

Derek Morgan: Tell us where missy is.

Stan Howard: I think your greatest fear is that you can't save everyone… It is worse than I thought.

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Bill Calvert: We found Missy Cassell's car in a parking lot next to the building. Howard's is around back.

Aaron Hotchner: Before he jumped, he said that my biggest fear was not being able to save everybody.

Derek Morgan: Hotch, this guy wasn't well in the head.

Aaron Hotchner: You know that. I know that, but what I think he meant was that she's here somewhere.

Spencer Reid: I went through all of his journals and I found Missy’s.

Aaron Hotchner: What did it say?

Spencer Reid: That she was going on a cave-diving trip. She wasn't scared of the water, but she was terrified of the walls crumbling down on her?

Bill Calvert: So what's she afraid of?

Spencer Reid: Being buried alive.

Aaron Hotchner: Guys, look at the dirt under his nails.

Derek Morgan: She's gotta be close, guys.

Aaron Hotchner: Is there a basement n this building?

Bill Calvert: Yes.

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Aaron Hotchner: Guys, over here. Over here. Right here. Hold that. Reid?

Derek Morgan: Oh, my god.

Aaron Hotchner: Be careful. That's her head.

Derek Morgan: Help me to get her arm.

Aaron Hotchner: Be careful. Ready?

Derek Morgan: Yeah.

Aaron Hotchner: I-- oh, not too hard. Not too hard. She might be stuck.

Derek Morgan: Get her-- that's… Hang on… Got her? Yeah. Can you get hold? 2... 2,3.

Aaron Hotchner: Come on. I got her. Tell them to call paramedics.

Derek Morgan: I got it. Oh, my god.

Aaron Hotchner: Missy? Missy?

Derek Morgan: Okay, faint heartbeat.

Aaron Hotchner: Clear her area. It's okay. It's all right. We're here to help. It's okay. It's okay. You're going to be all right. We're here to help you… You're going to be all right.

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Aaron Hotchner: Eleanor Roosevelt once said: “You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing which you think you cannot do.”

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Derek Morgan: I,um... Can't sleep.

Aaron Hotchner: Want me to turn off the light?

Derek Morgan: No. I want to be able to sleep.

Aaron Hotchner: What's the matter?

Derek Morgan: What's the matter with you, Hotch? You're sitting here doing work when you'd normally take a break. Please don't tell me it's about Gideon leaving.

Aaron Hotchner: You know, we made a deal a long time ago not to profile each other.

Derek Morgan: Am I wrong? You know, Hotch, today was a huge, huge victory for all of us. I mean, I never thought I'd say this, but... We're doing just fine without Gideon… Hotch… What's keeping you up tonight?

Aaron Hotchner: Haley's left… And I don't know if she's coming back.

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