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Hey.
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Ohh!
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You scared me.
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Sorry.
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I hit a wall.
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Whoa, oh.
Give me a second.
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Well, our time's
almost up, anyway.
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Here, let me just show you
a couple of cool-down stretches.
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Next time.
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You hired me as your
personal trainer, right?
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Right.
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And here's your training
lesson for today.
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Next time needs to be
now time.
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It's just...
I got some errands to run.
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I'll see you Saturday.
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Hey!
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- Yeah.
- Terry.
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Pain is not gain.
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Got it?
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I got it.
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â ª I'm talkin'
behind your back â ª
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â ª you better be
payin' attention â ª
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â ª there's a war goin' on
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â ª rollin' up my short sleeves
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â ª ...almost everything
I ever had â ª
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â ª and you make me so mad
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â ª I'm lookin' at...
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What do you mean,
he's not going?
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Every kid loves
trick-or-treating.
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Henry's scared.
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One of his little buddies told him
Halloween was the only time
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when all the real monsters come out
because they can blend in.
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Never thought about that.
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Good monster strategy.
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You did tell him
it wasn't true, right?
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Of course I did.
But he's convinced.
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Childhood fears are
resistant to adult logic.
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Sometimes you just have to
wait it out.
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For how long?
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Well, if he's 23 and this
still worries you,

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you got a problem.
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Well, see, the thing is,
I think I am partly to blame.
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How?
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Well, the other night
will and I were up late,
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we were having some wine,
talking about some of
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the cases we've worked on,
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and at one point, I said
I felt like there was no end
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to all the monsters
walking around, and...
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Henry sneaked into the room
to listen to the grownups.
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Yeah. We need a cone
of silence for our house.
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Those of you who like
a good mystery,
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please unleash your inner
Agatha Christie,
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'cause this one's a real

humdinger.
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Gary Ellard, Barry Deaver,
Paul Hicks, Terry Rodgers.
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Over the course of the last
month and a half,
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these 4 men have gotten
in their cars in La Grande, Oregon,
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and drove into the
never-to-be-seen-agains-ville,
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poof, gone.
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The latest victim Terry Rodgers
disappeared 24 hours ago.
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Forensic evidence
point us anywhere?
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Uh, point would imply there is evidence,
and there is no evidence,
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at least for the first 3
victims.
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No forensics, no witnesses,
no ransom demands.
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Maybe these guys just
voluntarily decided to hit the road.
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4 sudden disappearances
in a community this small--

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this isn't about seeking
green pastures.
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Based on last known
sightings,
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we're dealing with
a sizeable geographic area.
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He's efficient
and well organized.
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It's not easy to make
4 people vanish and stay vanished.
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It has been done before, though.
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Political kidnappings frequently require
holding multiple adults simultaneously.
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Or they're already dead.
Nothing says "can't be found"
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like a shallow grave
in the middle of nowhere.
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Assuming they are alive,
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how is the unsub
controlling them?
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And for what purpose?
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The time between abductions is
shortening with each victim.
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Wheels up in 30.
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â ª Criminal Minds 8x05 â ª
The Good Earth
Original Air Date on October 31, 2012
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== sync, corrected by elderman ==
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â ª
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"I became insane,
with long intervals of horrible sanity."
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Edgar Allan Poe.
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Garcia, anything on the last
victim, Terry Rodgers?
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Only that he's unemployed
and lives in a cabin in the woods.
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But primitive, like
no flush toilet primitive.
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That doesn't fit the victimology
of the other 3.
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Ellard coaches track and field
at a local college,
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Deaver's a small business owner,
and Hicks is an attorney.

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All married
with young families.
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Another difference-the first 3 victims
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were all born and raised
in La Grande.
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Terry Rodgers only moved to
town a couple of months ago.
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Do you know where from, Garcia?
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Rhode Island. Though
there's a 5-month gap
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between Terry being
in Rhode Island
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and then arriving in Oregon.
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Where he was and what
he was doing
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is a big fat blank.
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It says here that vomit
was found
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in the vicinity
of his abduction.
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Mm. Thank you for reminding me

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of that disgusting detail,
Dreamy D.
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Yes, that vomit has been
collected
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and is being analyzed
as we speak,
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and I'm very grateful
that I have this job
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and someone has that one
that's not me.
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Rodgers is the obvious
anomaly of the 4,
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but there's no apparent overlap
between any of the victims.
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Almost like the unsub was
selecting his targets at random.
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Blake, you and Morgan go talk to
the families of the victims.
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See if there's something that
links them that's not on paper.
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Dave and I will go
to the abduction site.
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Reid, you and JJ
go to Terry Rodgers' cabin.

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He's the one we know
least about.
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Maybe he made himself
obscure for a reason.
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Sheriff,
I'm Agent Hotchner.
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This is Agent Rossi.
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Sheriff Colwin.
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I am glad
to have your help.
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The best we can
reconstruct it,
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victim's car
veered off the road
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at a low rate of speed,
plowed through the fence,
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and ended up in the field.
He managed to get
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about 20 feet away
before throwing up.
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The photo showed
a second set of tracks.
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Were you able to pull
a tread pattern?
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We're checking on it
right now.
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Maybe our guy got sick
and had to pull over.
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Or he was forced
off the road.
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Either way, the unsub
was following him.
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Mrs. Deaver,
did your husband
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give any indication
at all
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that something
might be wrong
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the night
he disappeared?
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No, not at all.
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Barry was supposed to coach
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our son's little league
game that night.
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So he wasn't depressed,

preoccupied?
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Nothing.
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It was a day
like any other day.
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This is what happens
to other people.
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You see it on the news,
you know.
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Give it, what,
30 seconds of your time?
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Shake your head, go back
to whatever stupid thing
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you were doing.
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Washing dishes
or putting away laundry.
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You never think
it's going to happen to you.
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Go ahead, you're on
speaker, Garcia.
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Sir, I just got the full lab
report for the...
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you know, the regur-153

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for the puke, and there's no
toxins or bacterial infections.
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However, Terry Rodgers did have
elevated levels of Melatonin
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in his system. And I'm sending
you the full lab report...Now,
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on your phones.
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Elevated?
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His Melatonin levels
are off the chart.
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Is that significant?
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It's a sedative.
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An amount this large
would induce extreme drowsiness.
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Do you think he might have
overdosed my accident?
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No, no, this was no accident.
The victim was drugged.
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Sheriff, the police report said there
were groceries in Rodgers' car.
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Do you know if he ate
anything out of the bags?

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He didn't. We compared
the supermarket receipt
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to what was in the bags.
Nothing missing.
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So,
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how did Rodgers
unknowingly ingest
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such a massive dose
of Melatonin?
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You know,
aside from the outhouse,
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this cabin isn't so primitive.
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Ok.
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Economics,
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philosophy,
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political theory.
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It isn't exactly breezy,
take to the beach reading.
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I would, but I don't
really like the beach.
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Why is that?
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Sandy food, pink skin,
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limited and unengaging
topography,
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but mostly the drug-resistant
bacteria
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spread by sea gull feces.
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Sorry I asked.
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You know, there's a lot
of material here
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about global warming,
overcrowding.
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The evils of technology.
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There's no phone, no TV.
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I wonder what this guy
does for fun.
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I think maybe I just found
the answer.
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Tread marks
were inconclusive.
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Probably from
a pickup truck, though.
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What's that?
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The likely routes
our 4 victims to
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on the day they disappeared.
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Gary Ellard-197
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apartment, DMV,
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was a no-show for his morning class at
Eastern Oregon University.
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Barry Deaver--home, gas station,
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never made it
to his karate group.
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Paul Hicks--home,
daughter's preschool,
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doctor's appointment.
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He was supposed to meet
a client over here but never showed.
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And we already know
about Terry Rodgers.
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And all this

tells you what?
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It's more about
what it doesn't tell us.
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None of the lines intersect.
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I just had a chat with
Terry Rodgers' personal trainer.
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She said he never talked
about his private life.
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He's shelling out
for a personal trainer?
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This is a guy with
no indoor plumbing.
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She said he was dedicated.
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Not in great shape,
but dedicated.
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Hey. You're talking
to the room, P.G.
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Mm. If by P.G. You mean
parental guidance strongly advised,
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I say P.A., prudent advice.
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Ok, here's what's happened.
I checked all the employees and vendors
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and delivery people
who work at the supermarket
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where Terry Rodgers
bought his groceries,
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and there were no red flags.
Also, Barry Deaver, the second victim,
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I found his car.
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- Where?
- Impounded.
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It was abandoned 3 weeks ago
on Fish Hatchery Road,
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picked up
by Gus' Towing Service,
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where it has been
collecting dust
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and racking up storage
fees ever since.
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Where's Fish Hatchery Road?
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Off the beaten track,
like Terry Rodgers.
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Looks like the unsub's
hunting grounds are rural and remote.
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Well, to have ended up

there,
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Barry Deaver must have
gone on a diagonal, north first,
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and then headed west
towards his karate class.
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So, did you learn
anything?
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Yeah. Spence here
does not like the beach.
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I don't. Terry Rodgers
definitely wanted to live off the grid.
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A small generator for
minimal electrical needs.
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No phone, no TV, no radio.
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And lots of material about
the evils of technology,
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living healthy off the land,
that sort of thing.
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Sounds like the unabomber.
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We did find a small stash
of marijuana hidden away.
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Did you find any evidence
that a baby lived there or visited there?

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Uh, no, why?
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I just got the list
of things that he bought
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at the supermarket.
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4 jars of baby food.
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A body matching
Rodgers' description
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was found in a river
10 miles out of town.
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Easy.
250
00:13:27,717 --> 00:13:31,202
Easy.
251
00:13:31,204 --> 00:13:33,171
Right there.
252
00:13:36,175 --> 00:13:38,559
A fisherman found him
washed up on a bank.
253
00:13:38,561 --> 00:13:43,297
Well, other than the ligature marks on
the wrists and ankles,
254
00:13:43,299 --> 00:13:45,516
there's no signs of
violence or torture.
255
00:13:45,518 --> 00:13:49,654
A lot of care was taken with
the killing and disposing of the body.
256

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Sedation and drowning.
257
00:13:50,857 --> 00:13:54,308
We may have to dramatically
reassess who the unsub is.
258
00:13:54,310 --> 00:13:55,443
What do you mean?
259
00:13:55,445 --> 00:13:57,145
We might be looking
for a woman.
260
00:14:06,038 --> 00:14:07,155
Mommy?
261
00:14:07,157 --> 00:14:08,673
Lexy!
262
00:14:08,675 --> 00:14:12,510
I told you to never
come out here by yourself.
263
00:14:12,512 --> 00:14:13,711
I know, but I'm hungry.
264
00:14:13,713 --> 00:14:15,046
Stay away from the barn.
265
00:14:15,048 --> 00:14:16,748
There's a lot of dangerous
equipment in there.
266
00:14:16,750 --> 00:14:19,000
You could hurt yourself.
267
00:14:19,002 --> 00:14:22,503
Go back to the house
and stay there.
268
00:14:22,505 --> 00:14:24,439
I'll be in to fix you
something.
269
00:14:24,441 --> 00:14:27,225
But I mean it--

stay there.
270
00:14:28,277 --> 00:14:30,027
Ok.
271
00:15:18,109 --> 00:15:20,458
There's got to be something else
that links these victims.
272
00:15:20,558 --> 00:15:21,557
They were all athletic.
273
00:15:22,153 --> 00:15:24,036
Ellard teaches track and field.
274
00:15:24,038 --> 00:15:25,937
Deaver has a martial arts
studio.
275
00:15:25,939 --> 00:15:29,575
Paul Hicks had tendonitis
from playing competitive tennis.
276
00:15:29,577 --> 00:15:31,210
But Rodgers' trainer said
that he was out of shape.
277
00:15:31,212 --> 00:15:33,295
Did the medical examiner
determine Rodgers' time of death?
278
00:15:33,297 --> 00:15:36,114
3 hours from when
he was found at the river.
279
00:15:36,116 --> 00:15:40,469
So the unsub kept Rodgers alive
for the entire day before drowning him.
280
00:15:40,471 --> 00:15:41,753
Go ahead, Garcia.
281
00:15:41,755 --> 00:15:43,922
Ok. I've got something.
That's really bugging me.
282
00:15:43,924 --> 00:15:45,983

I can't figure out
what Terry Rodgers was doing
283
00:15:46,008 --> 00:15:47,126
those missing 5 months.
284
00:15:47,127 --> 00:15:49,461
I mean, you can't sit on
a park bench in this country
285
00:15:49,463 --> 00:15:50,762
and not leave
a paper trail.
286
00:15:50,764 --> 00:15:51,780
But you figured it out.
287
00:15:51,782 --> 00:15:52,964
No. This is me venting.
288
00:15:52,966 --> 00:15:54,799
What I did figure out
was what Terry Rodgers
289
00:15:54,801 --> 00:15:57,802
was doing in Rhode island
before he went awol. Check it.
290
00:15:57,804 --> 00:16:00,072
He was married, divorced,
married again,
291
00:16:00,074 --> 00:16:02,226
currently way behind
on child support payments
292
00:16:02,251 --> 00:16:03,833
to wife number two,
and that's all I know.
293
00:16:03,834 --> 00:16:06,052
If you'll excuse me,
I have more digging to do.
294
00:16:06,780 --> 00:16:07,904
Owes child support.
295

00:16:07,929 --> 00:16:10,414
Could explain why Rodgers
vanished for 5 months.
296
00:16:10,416 --> 00:16:13,165
And why he lived
off the grid. Hard to find.
297
00:16:13,166 --> 00:16:14,811
And that's what links him
to the other victims.
298
00:16:14,814 --> 00:16:16,165
They all fathered children.
299
00:16:18,625 --> 00:16:20,092
We believe the unsub
that we're looking for
300
00:16:20,094 --> 00:16:22,077
is a woman, who is
highly organized,
301
00:16:22,079 --> 00:16:23,595
she's thorough,
and she's patient.
302
00:16:23,597 --> 00:16:25,964
Based on the complexity and
the sophistication of the abductions,
303
00:16:25,966 --> 00:16:29,134
we think she is most likely
between the ages of 30 and 40.
304
00:16:29,136 --> 00:16:30,775
She's familiar
with the rural area
305
00:16:30,800 --> 00:16:32,755
surrounding La Grande.
306
00:16:32,756 --> 00:16:34,723
Either a native or someone
who's lived there for a while.
307
00:16:34,725 --> 00:16:36,558
We think she's

keeping her victims in isolation
308
00:16:36,560 --> 00:16:39,511
in the countryside, which means
she has access to land or a structure
309
00:16:39,513 --> 00:16:41,647
that is remote, hidden,
and private.
310
00:16:41,649 --> 00:16:43,682
She's abducting exceptionally
health conscious men,
311
00:16:43,684 --> 00:16:46,351
ideal specimens, if you will.
312
00:16:46,353 --> 00:16:49,204
Specimens. For what?
313
00:16:49,206 --> 00:16:50,656
Possible breeding.
314
00:16:50,658 --> 00:16:52,491
Ability to father
children is something
315
00:16:52,493 --> 00:16:54,192
we think she's looking for
in her victims.
316
00:16:54,194 --> 00:16:56,795
They're all age appropriate,
and they are all fathers.
317
00:16:56,797 --> 00:16:58,547
But why kill
the last victim?
318
00:16:58,549 --> 00:17:00,299
She may have seen him
as being flawed.
319
00:17:00,301 --> 00:17:02,217
He was the least
physically fit of the 4,
320

00:17:02,219 --> 00:17:04,052
and he neglected to pay
child support.
321
00:17:04,054 --> 00:17:05,837
Making him
undesirable.
322
00:17:05,839 --> 00:17:07,923
The victims may be
surrogates for a man that she wants
323
00:17:07,925 --> 00:17:09,141
but she cannot have.
324
00:17:09,143 --> 00:17:10,676
Because she killed
the last victim,
325
00:17:10,678 --> 00:17:12,210
we have to consider
the possibility
326
00:17:12,212 --> 00:17:16,148
that the unsub is engaged
in some sort of elimination process.
327
00:17:16,150 --> 00:17:18,150
Preselecting a handful
of prime candidates
328
00:17:18,152 --> 00:17:20,402
and then whittling them down
one by one
329
00:17:20,404 --> 00:17:23,488
until she has her ideal
breeding partner.
330
00:17:23,490 --> 00:17:26,391
And if this is the case,
the the killing's just begun.
331
00:17:57,941 --> 00:18:02,027
Mommy,
what's the matter?
332
00:18:05,098 --> 00:18:07,098

We got a frequent flier.
333
00:18:07,100 --> 00:18:08,099
Which one?
334
00:18:08,101 --> 00:18:09,751
The tomato lady.
335
00:18:19,128 --> 00:18:22,130
I don't believe this.
336
00:18:23,616 --> 00:18:24,633
Emma.
Dr. Gourse.
337
00:18:24,635 --> 00:18:25,801
Thank God you're here.
338
00:18:25,803 --> 00:18:27,886
Those other doctors
don't understand my history.
339
00:18:27,888 --> 00:18:29,388
Yeah, I thought we talked
about this last time.
340
00:18:29,390 --> 00:18:32,424
Yeah, we did. But the scleroderma
came back. Look.
341
00:18:35,294 --> 00:18:37,128
There's nothing
on your arm.
342
00:18:37,130 --> 00:18:41,266
But it's right there.
343
00:18:41,268 --> 00:18:43,185
You treated me after my husband died.
It's the same thing.
344
00:18:43,187 --> 00:18:45,237
Yeah, your scleroderma
was treated successfully.
345
00:18:45,239 --> 00:18:47,272
You are fine now.

346
00:18:47,274 --> 00:18:48,573
But this could be
a mutation.
347
00:18:48,575 --> 00:18:51,827
Things mutate. What about
Stevens-Johnson syndrome?
348
00:18:51,829 --> 00:18:54,446
Stevens-Johnson
is extremely rare.
349
00:18:54,448 --> 00:18:57,482
And you'd have severe blistering
all over your face.
350
00:18:57,484 --> 00:19:00,285
Emma, we talked before
about how a delusion-351
00:19:00,287 --> 00:19:01,753
I'm not crazy.
352
00:19:01,755 --> 00:19:03,872
Emma, listen to me.
There may be other issues
353
00:19:03,874 --> 00:19:06,658
that are going on with you.
Did you contact the therapist
354
00:19:06,660 --> 00:19:08,260
that I recommended?
355
00:19:08,262 --> 00:19:10,846
I guess that's no.
356
00:19:15,885 --> 00:19:19,671
I'm still waiting on the full
M.E. report on Terry Rodgers.
357
00:19:19,673 --> 00:19:21,840
They say they want to retest
some of the findings.
358
00:19:21,842 --> 00:19:22,841

Did they say why?
359
00:19:22,843 --> 00:19:23,842
No.
360
00:19:23,844 --> 00:19:25,727
I recognize that scowl,
Aaron.
361
00:19:25,729 --> 00:19:27,446
What are you thinking?
362
00:19:27,448 --> 00:19:28,730
Something Garcia said earlier
363
00:19:28,732 --> 00:19:30,949
about not being able to sit
on a park bench in this country
364
00:19:30,951 --> 00:19:32,384
without leaving a paper trail.
365
00:19:32,386 --> 00:19:34,035
And...
366
00:19:34,037 --> 00:19:36,204
So what if Rodgers wasn't in
the country for those 5 months?
367
00:19:36,206 --> 00:19:39,291
It wouldn't be the first time
someone crossed borders
368
00:19:39,293 --> 00:19:40,876
to get away from troubles.
369
00:19:40,878 --> 00:19:43,628
Guys, there's something
interesting about this grocery list.
370
00:19:43,630 --> 00:19:44,696
What?
371
00:19:44,698 --> 00:19:46,081
Look at the items
he bought in bulk.

372
00:19:46,083 --> 00:19:48,049
Garlic, green tea,
vitamin D, ginger.
373
00:19:48,051 --> 00:19:50,969
All of these items are specifically known
to boost the immune system.
374
00:19:50,971 --> 00:19:54,089
What if Terry Rodgers
was seriously ill?
375
00:19:54,091 --> 00:19:55,540
What about the baby food?
376
00:19:55,542 --> 00:19:57,976
A side effect of radiation treatment
is sores inside the mouth.
377
00:19:57,978 --> 00:20:00,545
In fact, doctors advise you
to eat the way an infant would eat.
378
00:20:00,547 --> 00:20:02,047
Chemotherapy?
379
00:20:02,049 --> 00:20:04,599
The marijuana in the cabin
could have been medicinal.
380
00:20:04,601 --> 00:20:06,685
I'll have Garcia check
medical facilities outside the country.
381
00:20:06,687 --> 00:20:08,820
And, Reid, you and JJ
go to the medical examiner
382
00:20:08,822 --> 00:20:12,858
and have them look specifically
for a pre-existing condition with Rodgers.
383
00:21:01,958 --> 00:21:04,242
Hotch. You were right.
384
00:21:04,244 --> 00:21:07,612
Back in June, Rodgers checked

himself into an experimental clinic
385
00:21:07,614 --> 00:21:09,948
in Mexico. Cancer.
386
00:21:09,950 --> 00:21:13,168
That's why the unsub
disposed of him so quickly.
387
00:21:18,808 --> 00:21:21,009
It was Hodgkin's lymphoma.
388
00:21:21,011 --> 00:21:23,261
Did you find any sedatives
in his system?
389
00:21:23,263 --> 00:21:25,430
The question is,
what sedatives didn't we find?
390
00:21:25,432 --> 00:21:28,600
Melatonin, Valerian,
marijuana,
391
00:21:28,602 --> 00:21:31,603
hops, catnip,
kava-kava...
392
00:21:31,605 --> 00:21:32,938
Bone meal and kelp.
393
00:21:32,940 --> 00:21:34,606
In the victim's stomach,
along with some materials
394
00:21:34,608 --> 00:21:36,992
that we're retesting.
Take a look at the bottom.
395
00:21:36,994 --> 00:21:39,310
Sawdust residue
caked in the nostrils?
396
00:21:39,312 --> 00:21:40,495
Not just any sawdust.
397
00:21:40,497 --> 00:21:42,864

Pure pinewood pellet
sawdust.
398
00:21:42,866 --> 00:21:45,867
It's usually imported from China.
Was it a 0.5% mixture?
399
00:21:45,869 --> 00:21:47,519
I don't know.
400
00:21:47,521 --> 00:21:49,654
All I know is,
401
00:21:49,656 --> 00:21:50,989
it's not your everyday
402
00:21:50,991 --> 00:21:52,824
spread-on-the-floor sawdust.
403
00:21:56,512 --> 00:21:58,547
Yeah.
404
00:21:59,382 --> 00:22:00,665
That was Reid.
405
00:22:00,667 --> 00:22:03,518
They found a half dozen
natural sedatives
406
00:22:03,520 --> 00:22:05,136
in Rodgers' system.
407
00:22:05,138 --> 00:22:07,188
I don't get it.
The unsub's drugging victims
408
00:22:07,190 --> 00:22:09,891
and trusting that they'll conk out
at the right place at the right time.
409
00:22:09,893 --> 00:22:12,444
Why not use a pharmaceutical drug?
Or poison?
410
00:22:12,446 --> 00:22:14,980
Which would be quicker
and a lot more reliable.

411
00:22:14,982 --> 00:22:17,282
Natural holistic elements
must be important to her.
412
00:22:17,284 --> 00:22:19,651
She may have health issues
of her own.
413
00:22:31,381 --> 00:22:32,998
Go ahead, Garcia.
414
00:22:33,000 --> 00:22:35,500
I just hit the trifecta,
but with two things instead of 3.
415
00:22:35,502 --> 00:22:37,201
What is that, a bifecta?
416
00:22:37,203 --> 00:22:38,553
Exacta. What do you got?
417
00:22:38,555 --> 00:22:42,090
Well, that-anyway, two missing vehicles
418
00:22:42,092 --> 00:22:43,725
not missing anymore.
419
00:22:43,727 --> 00:22:47,345
Paul Hicks' car was found
by some utility workers
420
00:22:47,347 --> 00:22:49,714
an hour ago.
It had rolled off into a ravine.
421
00:22:49,716 --> 00:22:52,434
And Gary Ellard's car
was picked up on a speeding violation
422
00:22:52,436 --> 00:22:54,819
in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
423
00:22:54,821 --> 00:22:55,987
Idaho?

424
00:22:55,989 --> 00:22:58,440
Stolen by some local kids
10 days ago in La Grande.
425
00:22:58,442 --> 00:23:01,026
Car was just sitting by the side
of the road, keys in the ignition.
426
00:23:01,028 --> 00:23:03,411
They made a typically sound
teenage decision,
427
00:23:03,413 --> 00:23:05,246
decided to take it
on a cross-state joyride.
428
00:23:05,248 --> 00:23:06,915
Garcia, I need to know
the exact spot
429
00:23:06,917 --> 00:23:08,617
where the vehicles
were originally found.
430
00:23:08,619 --> 00:23:11,286
On it.
431
00:23:33,442 --> 00:23:34,926
All right, based on
what we just got,
432
00:23:34,928 --> 00:23:36,277
this is the revised
best guess
433
00:23:36,279 --> 00:23:38,279
on the victims' routes
the days they were abducted.
434
00:23:38,281 --> 00:23:40,699
Two intersect here,
the other two here.
435
00:23:40,701 --> 00:23:44,069
And this is where Terry Rodgers
bought his groceries.
436

00:23:44,071 --> 00:23:45,726
It looks like Paul Hicks
might have gone there after
437
00:23:45,751 --> 00:23:47,239
his doctor's appointment.
438
00:23:47,240 --> 00:23:48,406
Now, what was at
the intersection
439
00:23:48,408 --> 00:23:49,774
where Deaver
and Ellard crossed?
440
00:23:49,776 --> 00:23:51,292
That's a shopping center
with a dozen or so businesses.
441
00:23:51,294 --> 00:23:52,460
We're getting a list
right now.
442
00:23:52,462 --> 00:23:54,112
One of our deputies
sighted an abandoned car
443
00:23:54,114 --> 00:23:55,050
on the outskirts of town.
444
00:23:55,075 --> 00:23:56,949
There was a second set
of tire tracks behind it
445
00:23:56,950 --> 00:23:59,801
that matched those found
at Terry Rodgers' abduction site.
446
00:24:01,420 --> 00:24:03,454
Vehicle's registered
to Cheryl Winslow,
447
00:24:03,456 --> 00:24:05,840
4801 Davenport Avenue.
448
00:24:08,095 --> 00:24:10,011
These are all
from a baby shower.

449
00:24:10,013 --> 00:24:11,629
We contacted her husband.
450
00:24:11,631 --> 00:24:13,297
She's due in 3 weeks.
451
00:24:13,299 --> 00:24:16,101
If this is our unsub,
taking a pregnant woman
452
00:24:16,103 --> 00:24:18,069
would be a huge shift
in victimology.
453
00:24:18,071 --> 00:24:20,105
We profiled she was abducting
the men as breeders.
454
00:24:20,107 --> 00:24:21,606
But why take
someone else's baby
455
00:24:21,608 --> 00:24:23,575
if you're planning
on having your own?
456
00:24:23,577 --> 00:24:25,110
Maybe she can't have one
or she lost one.
457
00:24:25,112 --> 00:24:28,113
Ok, so this-this isn't about fertility,
458
00:24:28,115 --> 00:24:32,650
but the experience these men
would bring as fathers.
459
00:24:32,652 --> 00:24:35,336
Could she be building a family?
460
00:24:47,633 --> 00:24:51,519
Ohh...Oh, please. Oh, please.
461
00:24:51,521 --> 00:24:52,971
What are you doing?!

462
00:24:56,860 --> 00:24:58,276
Keep still.
463
00:24:58,278 --> 00:24:59,861
Oh, my God!
464
00:25:10,852 --> 00:25:12,192
Prep and get her to O.R. 3.
465
00:25:12,292 --> 00:25:13,658
Doctor,
is she gonna make it?
466
00:25:13,660 --> 00:25:15,493
There's been massive blood loss.
She was given a C-section
467
00:25:15,495 --> 00:25:18,212
with a serrated-edge knife,
then crudely stitched back up.
468
00:25:18,214 --> 00:25:20,882
We found her and the baby
in our parking lot.
469
00:25:20,884 --> 00:25:22,250
- How's the baby?
- The child is fine.
470
00:25:22,252 --> 00:25:24,969
It's her I'm worried about.
Excuse me.
471
00:26:02,808 --> 00:26:06,344
Touch-and-go for a while,
but she's going to make it.
472
00:26:06,346 --> 00:26:07,478
Thank God.
473
00:26:07,480 --> 00:26:09,247
It was a crude stitch-up job,
474
00:26:09,249 --> 00:26:10,248
but functional.

475
00:26:10,250 --> 00:26:11,632
Probably what saved her life.
476
00:26:11,634 --> 00:26:14,418
Whoever did this
had some practice somewhere.
477
00:26:14,420 --> 00:26:16,804
You think there'd be any way we
could talk to her? It's very important.
478
00:26:16,806 --> 00:26:19,957
I'm sorry, but the next
24 hours are critical.
479
00:26:19,959 --> 00:26:21,642
- She's heavily sedated.
- I understand.
480
00:26:21,644 --> 00:26:25,279
Her husband's here.
Excuse me.
481
00:26:26,348 --> 00:26:28,649
Our unsub removed the baby,
482
00:26:28,651 --> 00:26:31,118
then returned mother and child
to a hospital.
483
00:26:31,120 --> 00:26:32,620
Baby wasn't due
for 3 more weeks.
484
00:26:32,622 --> 00:26:35,156
If the unsub's trying
to put together the perfect family,
485
00:26:35,158 --> 00:26:37,358
maybe a premature infant
isn't good enough.
486
00:26:37,360 --> 00:26:38,826
Let's hope not.
487
00:26:38,828 --> 00:26:41,996
That means she'll go out looking

for a healthier baby now.
488
00:26:42,881 --> 00:26:45,082
Mommy?
489
00:26:51,757 --> 00:26:54,091
Mommy?
490
00:27:19,368 --> 00:27:21,252
Lexy, get down from there!
491
00:27:37,019 --> 00:27:39,670
That was Hotch.
492
00:27:39,672 --> 00:27:41,505
The doctor told him
the placenta
493
00:27:41,507 --> 00:27:44,692
was scraped completely out
of the victim's uterus.
494
00:27:44,694 --> 00:27:46,227
Every bit of it.
495
00:27:46,229 --> 00:27:49,013
You know, the placenta does carry
special significance in many cultures.
496
00:27:49,015 --> 00:27:50,698
In ancient Egypt,
it had its own hieroglyph.
497
00:27:50,700 --> 00:27:53,851
And the Ibo tribe in Nigeria
considered it to be the child's dead twin.
498
00:27:53,853 --> 00:27:55,352
Well, that would be helpful,
499
00:27:55,354 --> 00:27:58,539
if our unsub was an ancient
Egyptian or Ibo tribeswoman,
500
00:27:58,541 --> 00:28:00,190
but...

501
00:28:03,194 --> 00:28:05,162
I can hear
the high-pitched whine
502
00:28:05,164 --> 00:28:06,998
from your I.Q.
all the way over here.
503
00:28:07,000 --> 00:28:08,032
What is it?
504
00:28:08,034 --> 00:28:09,717
It could be placentophagy.
505
00:28:09,719 --> 00:28:10,885
What?
506
00:28:10,887 --> 00:28:12,303
Consuming it. In the wild,
507
00:28:12,305 --> 00:28:14,088
it's common for animals
to eat their own afterbirth.
508
00:28:14,090 --> 00:28:15,389
It's super rich in nutrients.
509
00:28:15,391 --> 00:28:16,640
Whoa, whoa, whoa, wait.
510
00:28:16,642 --> 00:28:20,144
So the unsub might have harvested
this last victim...
511
00:28:20,146 --> 00:28:22,096
for food?
512
00:28:23,648 --> 00:28:24,632
Here.
513
00:28:24,634 --> 00:28:26,183
No!
514
00:28:26,185 --> 00:28:27,818
No...

515
00:28:27,820 --> 00:28:30,104
No, please, mommy.
516
00:28:30,106 --> 00:28:34,241
I promise I won't go to the barn again.
I promise.
517
00:28:34,243 --> 00:28:35,576
This is not punishment.
518
00:28:35,578 --> 00:28:37,695
I'm trying to keep you healthy.
519
00:28:38,930 --> 00:28:40,731
No!
520
00:28:40,733 --> 00:28:42,199
No!
521
00:28:42,201 --> 00:28:43,617
Ohh!
522
00:28:43,619 --> 00:28:46,070
What's wrong with you?!
523
00:28:46,072 --> 00:28:50,341
Do you have any idea
what I did to get that for us?
524
00:28:51,376 --> 00:28:52,960
Uhh!
525
00:28:58,801 --> 00:29:00,434
It's ruined.
526
00:29:01,803 --> 00:29:04,722
I'm sorry.
527
00:29:06,776 --> 00:29:09,560
Oh, I'm sorry
I yelled at you.
528
00:29:09,562 --> 00:29:11,479
But...
529

00:29:17,452 --> 00:29:19,553
Mommy?
530
00:29:21,790 --> 00:29:24,208
It's about food.
531
00:29:24,210 --> 00:29:26,961
Herbal sedatives, gruel,
and now the placenta.
532
00:29:26,963 --> 00:29:28,479
Ugh. And FYI,
533
00:29:28,481 --> 00:29:29,964
there's no record
of anyone in La Grande
534
00:29:29,966 --> 00:29:31,999
buying that weird kind
of sawdust the M.E. found.
535
00:29:32,001 --> 00:29:33,283
I'll widen the search.
536
00:29:33,285 --> 00:29:34,969
We still need to figure out
how this unsub
537
00:29:34,971 --> 00:29:36,921
was able to drug
all these men.
538
00:29:36,923 --> 00:29:38,722
The southeast intersect
doesn't get us much.
539
00:29:38,724 --> 00:29:40,674
Laundromat,
video rental store.
540
00:29:40,676 --> 00:29:42,426
The other intersect
is the supermarket,
541
00:29:42,428 --> 00:29:44,345
but none of the employees
recognized Paul Hicks.

542
00:29:44,347 --> 00:29:45,796
He never shopped there.
543
00:29:45,798 --> 00:29:49,049
Garcia, what day of the week
were each of the victims abducted?
544
00:29:49,051 --> 00:29:52,186
Let me see. Gary Ellard on a Monday,
Barry Deaver on a Saturday,
545
00:29:52,188 --> 00:29:54,304
Terry Rodgers and Paul Hicks
both on a Thursday.
546
00:29:54,306 --> 00:29:55,823
Is there anything special
that happens
547
00:29:55,825 --> 00:29:57,992
in the vicinity
of the market on Thursdays?
548
00:29:57,994 --> 00:29:59,977
Uh...wow, you've done this
before, haven't you?
549
00:29:59,979 --> 00:30:01,862
Yeah. There's a farmers market
across the street from the supermarket
550
00:30:01,864 --> 00:30:03,030
every Thursday morning.
551
00:30:03,032 --> 00:30:04,314
And where is it today?
552
00:30:04,316 --> 00:30:07,484
Pendleton, about 40 miles north
on Interstate 84.
553
00:30:07,486 --> 00:30:09,520
I'm sending
Blake and Morgan.
554
00:30:17,546 --> 00:30:20,848
Enjoying

your Melatonin bar?
555
00:30:20,850 --> 00:30:23,551
Job's making you
paranoid, Blake.
556
00:30:24,653 --> 00:30:28,522
Well, apparently a lot of people
work this market.
557
00:30:28,524 --> 00:30:31,341
It's not like everybody else
knows everybody else.
558
00:30:31,343 --> 00:30:34,228
I'm gonna get a list of vendors
and launch Garcia anyway.
559
00:30:34,230 --> 00:30:36,397
You can see how
it happened, though.
560
00:30:37,199 --> 00:30:39,200
And Terry Rodgers
got his groceries,
561
00:30:39,202 --> 00:30:42,203
made his way
back to his car...
562
00:30:42,205 --> 00:30:45,139
Grabbed a power drink
on his way home.
563
00:30:45,141 --> 00:30:47,575
He drank it...
564
00:30:47,577 --> 00:30:49,443
and then he tossed it.
565
00:30:49,445 --> 00:30:51,178
Now the Melatonin's
in his system
566
00:30:51,180 --> 00:30:53,797
with no evidence
of where it came from.

567
00:31:15,220 --> 00:31:16,553
Hey, what do you got?
568
00:31:16,555 --> 00:31:17,905
Full toxicology report.
569
00:31:17,907 --> 00:31:19,023
And?
570
00:31:19,025 --> 00:31:21,575
Unlike any tox panel
I've ever seen before.
571
00:31:21,577 --> 00:31:23,027
They found gypsum?
572
00:31:23,029 --> 00:31:25,529
Yeah. Gypsum's rich in sulphur,
a vital plant nutrient.
573
00:31:25,531 --> 00:31:28,115
She's feeding her captives
soil additives?
574
00:31:28,117 --> 00:31:30,334
Seed meals, too.
Look, cotton, flax.
575
00:31:38,928 --> 00:31:40,961
Come on.
576
00:31:43,849 --> 00:31:45,316
It's animal feed.
577
00:31:45,318 --> 00:31:48,102
Why would you treat a human being
like livestock?
578
00:31:48,104 --> 00:31:49,503
People raise cattle
to eat.
579
00:31:49,505 --> 00:31:51,889
The unsub might be using
the placenta as food,
580

00:31:51,891 --> 00:31:54,692
but nothing in the profile
suggested cannibalism.
581
00:31:54,694 --> 00:31:58,495
I mean...unless the sawdust they found
in Terry Rodgers' nose...
582
00:31:58,497 --> 00:31:59,446
What about it?
583
00:31:59,448 --> 00:32:00,981
When livestock die,
animal carcasses
584
00:32:00,983 --> 00:32:02,149
turn into a useful soil
amendment
585
00:32:02,151 --> 00:32:03,651
through the aerobic
biodegration process.
586
00:32:03,653 --> 00:32:05,619
- Like compost.
- Exactly.
587
00:32:05,621 --> 00:32:07,604
You need to add a substrate
high in carbon
588
00:32:07,606 --> 00:32:09,938
to balance the nitrogen,
and one of the most efficient
589
00:32:09,963 --> 00:32:11,042
substrates on earth
590
00:32:11,043 --> 00:32:12,476
is pure sawdust.
591
00:32:12,478 --> 00:32:16,213
She's using her victims
as human fertilizer.
592
00:32:43,692 --> 00:32:45,576
How are you feeling,
honey?

593
00:32:45,578 --> 00:32:47,244
Mm...
594
00:32:48,079 --> 00:32:50,531
This won't hurt you.
595
00:32:50,533 --> 00:32:53,483
I made it all
from roots and herbs.
596
00:32:53,485 --> 00:32:57,538
All it does is help you
take a little nap.
597
00:33:04,346 --> 00:33:07,181
And when you wake up,
598
00:33:07,183 --> 00:33:11,602
you'll be the beautiful
little girl that you are.
599
00:33:16,725 --> 00:33:20,144
Ok, put your arms
around me now.
600
00:33:22,030 --> 00:33:25,316
How are we doing with
the farmers market background search?
601
00:33:25,318 --> 00:33:28,035
Not good. Turns out that people
who grow organic rutabagas
602
00:33:28,037 --> 00:33:30,571
are loosey-goosey
about punching in a time clock.
603
00:33:30,573 --> 00:33:33,157
Sheriff, if we expand
the search of the second intersection
604
00:33:33,159 --> 00:33:35,232
by a few square blocks,
would we find any
605
00:33:35,257 --> 00:33:37,095

markets or restaurants?
606
00:33:37,096 --> 00:33:40,114
There's a health food co-op
3 blocks away.
607
00:34:04,906 --> 00:34:07,941
The soil will heal you.
608
00:34:24,167 --> 00:34:26,420
Sheriff, the surgeon who
operated on Cheryl Winslow
609
00:34:26,424 --> 00:34:28,171
said that whoever did
the C-section might have
610
00:34:28,196 --> 00:34:29,476
done one before.
611
00:34:29,477 --> 00:34:30,960
If she did,
we never heard about it.
612
00:34:30,962 --> 00:34:33,229
Nothing like this has ever
happened in La Grande.
613
00:34:33,231 --> 00:34:35,423
Well, we can keep looking,
expand the search radius
614
00:34:35,448 --> 00:34:36,317
to nearby towns.
615
00:34:36,318 --> 00:34:37,767
What about farms?
616
00:34:37,769 --> 00:34:40,103
My grandparents had a farm
in Pennsylvania.
617
00:34:40,105 --> 00:34:42,822
Once my grandmother
had to deliver a calf by C-section
618
00:34:42,824 --> 00:34:44,474

to a cow
that was in distress.
619
00:34:45,777 --> 00:34:46,776
Go ahead, Garcia.
620
00:34:46,778 --> 00:34:49,112
I have got something.
Emma Kerrigan.
621
00:34:49,114 --> 00:34:51,531
She runs a small
juice and vegetable stand
622
00:34:51,533 --> 00:34:53,333
at the farmers market,
and she works part-time
623
00:34:53,335 --> 00:34:55,001
giving out free samples
at the health food co-op.
624
00:34:55,003 --> 00:34:56,953
I'm sending you her picture now.
625
00:34:56,955 --> 00:34:58,671
That sounds like
our unsub.
626
00:34:58,673 --> 00:34:59,889
Where does she live?
627
00:34:59,891 --> 00:35:01,124
Piping Rock Farms
west of town,
628
00:35:01,126 --> 00:35:02,759
with 100 acres,
629
00:35:02,761 --> 00:35:04,260
belonged to
her husband's family.
630
00:35:04,262 --> 00:35:05,411
Wait, she has a husband?
631
00:35:05,413 --> 00:35:07,814

Had. Died in a car accident
a year and a half ago,
632
00:35:07,816 --> 00:35:10,216
leaving her
and a 10-year-old daughter.
633
00:35:10,218 --> 00:35:11,634
Let's go.
634
00:35:19,643 --> 00:35:21,978
I've got more info
on Emma Kerrigan.
635
00:35:21,980 --> 00:35:24,930
30 E.R. visits
in the past 6 months.
636
00:35:24,932 --> 00:35:26,332
Big-time hypochondriac.
A co-worker says
637
00:35:26,334 --> 00:35:27,967
she didn't eat anything
unless she grew it herself.
638
00:35:27,969 --> 00:35:30,102
To be fair, she did have
an actual skin disease
639
00:35:30,104 --> 00:35:31,621
a couple years ago-scleroderma.
640
00:35:31,623 --> 00:35:32,772
Garcia, did the E.R. visits
641
00:35:32,774 --> 00:35:34,974
coincide with the death
of the husband?
642
00:35:34,976 --> 00:35:37,777
No. She was sick
with the scleroderma when he died.
643
00:35:37,779 --> 00:35:39,128
Cleared up
a few months later.

644
00:35:39,130 --> 00:35:42,348
The E.R. visits didn't kick in
until the following year.
645
00:35:44,501 --> 00:35:46,469
Please...
646
00:36:19,536 --> 00:36:21,320
Clear.
647
00:36:21,322 --> 00:36:23,089
Clear!
648
00:36:23,091 --> 00:36:25,041
Clear.
649
00:36:30,330 --> 00:36:31,831
What's that?
650
00:36:40,524 --> 00:36:43,151
Garcia, what happened
to Emma Kerrigan's husband's
651
00:36:43,176 --> 00:36:44,228
body after he died?
652
00:36:44,229 --> 00:36:45,678
Uh, cremated.
653
00:36:45,680 --> 00:36:46,863
And what happened
to the ashes?
654
00:36:46,865 --> 00:36:49,866
Obit says they were
planning on spreading his ashes
655
00:36:49,868 --> 00:36:52,285
in the family garden
throughout the 4 seasons.
656
00:36:52,287 --> 00:36:54,687
Renewal, cycle of life,
rejuvenation, that kind of thing.
657

00:36:54,689 --> 00:36:56,155
Garcia, you got a map
of the farm?
658
00:36:56,157 --> 00:36:58,041
Place this size,
we need to narrow the search.
659
00:36:58,043 --> 00:36:59,375
I got the satellite image.
660
00:36:59,377 --> 00:37:00,860
There's two groups
of buildings.
661
00:37:00,862 --> 00:37:02,528
And then there's
a small square patch
662
00:37:02,530 --> 00:37:04,731
next to a barn that
could be a private garden.
663
00:37:04,733 --> 00:37:06,799
All right, let's go.
664
00:37:56,917 --> 00:37:59,919
Hotch. Back garden.
665
00:38:09,980 --> 00:38:11,931
Emma Kerrigan, FBI.
666
00:38:11,933 --> 00:38:14,534
Put your hands
where I can see them.
667
00:38:14,536 --> 00:38:16,602
Emma, put that knife down.
668
00:38:16,604 --> 00:38:20,790
No. My daughter needs this.
Look at her.
669
00:38:20,792 --> 00:38:23,676
Put it down so we can
get her the help she needs.
670

00:38:23,678 --> 00:38:26,045
My daughter
will be dead by then.
671
00:38:26,047 --> 00:38:28,464
I believe you, Emma.
672
00:38:28,466 --> 00:38:30,967
I can see how sick she is.
673
00:38:32,136 --> 00:38:33,536
I talked to your doctor.
674
00:38:33,538 --> 00:38:35,972
Dr. Gourse? You talked
to Dr. Gourse?
675
00:38:35,974 --> 00:38:41,511
Yes. He said Lexy
is too sick for this to work.
676
00:38:41,513 --> 00:38:43,579
This man's blood
won't do anything.
677
00:38:47,235 --> 00:38:50,269
But it has to.
It's all I have left.
678
00:38:50,271 --> 00:38:52,421
No.
679
00:38:52,423 --> 00:38:55,775
No. What can cure Lexy
680
00:38:55,777 --> 00:38:58,444
is what cured you.
681
00:38:58,446 --> 00:39:01,080
Uh...
682
00:39:02,082 --> 00:39:05,084
Funeral homes
are required by law
683
00:39:05,086 --> 00:39:08,671
to keep a portion

of the remains
684
00:39:08,673 --> 00:39:11,991
of those that they cremate.
685
00:39:11,993 --> 00:39:14,994
These are your
husband's ashes.
686
00:39:15,846 --> 00:39:20,516
Only these will make
your daughter well.
687
00:39:24,238 --> 00:39:27,073
Those are his?
688
00:39:38,402 --> 00:39:40,119
It's a miracle.
689
00:39:40,121 --> 00:39:42,187
It's a miracle.
690
00:39:54,034 --> 00:39:57,303
Not bad, Blake.
691
00:39:59,056 --> 00:40:01,140
Not bad at all.
692
00:40:07,180 --> 00:40:08,547
Took a chance.
693
00:40:08,549 --> 00:40:11,834
I mean, I saw
her fireplace there...
694
00:40:18,358 --> 00:40:20,443
Alfred Austin said,
695
00:40:20,445 --> 00:40:25,097
"Show me your garden
and I shall tell you what you are."
696
00:40:25,099 --> 00:40:28,117
I assume you're not
trick-or-treating either?
697

00:40:28,119 --> 00:40:31,520
Ah, none of my treats seem
to want to call me back, Rossi.
698
00:40:31,522 --> 00:40:33,205
Then I'll buy you dinner.
699
00:40:33,207 --> 00:40:34,507
I'm in.
700
00:40:34,509 --> 00:40:37,910
Uh, excuse me, everybody.
I have an announcement to make.
701
00:40:37,912 --> 00:40:39,745
As I'm sure
some of you were aware,
702
00:40:39,747 --> 00:40:42,915
Henry was a little nervous
about going trick-or-treating this year.
703
00:40:42,917 --> 00:40:45,468
But he's decided to go anyway.
704
00:40:45,470 --> 00:40:47,303
Great.
What changed his mind?
705
00:40:47,305 --> 00:40:48,587
The BAU did.
706
00:40:48,589 --> 00:40:50,439
I told him that he should
go out on Halloween
707
00:40:50,441 --> 00:40:53,359
and try to figure out
which monsters are real
708
00:40:53,361 --> 00:40:54,860
and which ones are not.
709
00:40:54,862 --> 00:40:56,662
So he wants to be
a profiler.
710

00:40:56,664 --> 00:40:57,613
Ah.
711
00:40:57,615 --> 00:41:00,616
He wants to be
his favorite profiler.
712
00:41:02,819 --> 00:41:05,437
Wow! Yeah!
713
00:41:05,439 --> 00:41:08,958
Oh, wow!
You look great, Henry.
714
00:41:08,960 --> 00:41:10,275
Put this on here.
715
00:41:10,277 --> 00:41:12,111
Oh, he's official.
716
00:41:12,113 --> 00:41:13,429
Yeah.
717
00:41:13,431 --> 00:41:14,964
Tell him.
718
00:41:14,966 --> 00:41:17,633
E equals MC squared!
719
00:41:17,635 --> 00:41:18,668
Oh, there it is!
720
00:41:18,670 --> 00:41:19,752
Ohh!
721
00:41:19,754 --> 00:41:21,837
The monsters
don't stand a chance.
722
00:41:21,839 --> 00:41:23,639
Oh, I know. Shall we
go get you some candy?
723
00:41:23,641 --> 00:41:24,707
Come on.
724

00:41:24,709 --> 00:41:26,208
Whoo-hoo.
725
00:41:26,210 --> 00:41:28,344
Watch your back, pretty boy.
726
00:41:37,321 --> 00:41:42,321
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