“Criminal Minds” The Company 2012 English English

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Woman: “And so,
the white night opened the door
“and saw more gold and jewels
than he could ever imagine.
“The wizard said,
‘give me the princess
“and you shall have
all the riches in the world.
“The White Knight gazed upon the
wizard and saw it was the devil,
who had already banished
the villagers’ wives.”
“‘I said, give me the princess”.
‘Never, he cried,’
and slayed the devil
with his spear.”
[Knock on door]
[Door opens]
Look after your sister.
[Humming]
No! No!
No! No!
No! No! Help!
Aah! Help me!
Help!
No! [Sobbing]
I don’t know about this.
Mike, will you stop
being a wimp.
Woman:
They say there’s no escape.
The demons will always
find you.
[Creaking, door closes]
Mike.
Mike?
[Gasps]
Holy crap.
Oh, my gosh, I am so sorry
for the delay.
The system was down.
We overwork her.
And I had to go into
the belly of the beast,
who I affectionately
nickname Persephone,
and do some machine
whispering–thank you–
which is good, because
this one is a doozy.
Emma Baker.
38, math teacher
from Medford, Oregon.
She went missing
17 days ago,
and her body was found yesterday
afternoon at St. Baldwin’s.
St. Baldwin’s is a now defunct
psychiatric hospital
for the criminally insane.
Now, that is in Salem, Oregon,
which is 230 miles away
from Medford,
and we’ve been called in for
the bizarre nature of the case.
Observe the photos.
Wow. Look at that dress.
Was she going
to a Renaissance fair?
Not with her feet bound.
And missing persons report
says that she was
in jeans and a T-shirt.
But look at how
she’s laid out.
It’s almost like it’s a ceremony
and she’s the sacrifice.
There’s obvious staging
going on.
Could it be
a ritualistic killing?
And cause of death
is still unclear.
The M.E. report shows no sign
of sexual assault
or mutilation except
mangled and missing fingernails.
You know, there were rumors
of satanic rites being performed
at Byberry Hospital
in Pennsylvania,
which is also
an abandoned asylum.
You know, judging by
all the graffiti,
this place isn’t
exactly locked down.
Uh, yeah. The local P.D.
said that vandals and vagrants
have been breaking in.
Which means she could have been
killed elsewhere and placed here.
She had limestone
under her fingernails,
but limestone wouldn’t have been
used when this asylum was built,
so she was obviously
held somewhere else.
Well, the bottom line is,
hundreds of miles from
her hometown for a reason.
We just need to find out
what that reasons.
Wheels up in 30.
Please!
Tell me what you want!
[Sobbing]
[Footsteps approaching]
[Gasping] Oh!
I’ll do anything!
[Gasping] No, no.
[Gasping]
Let me out of here!
No! Aah! No!
Let me out of here!
Original Air Date on April 4, 2012
Prentiss:
“We are each our own devil,
and we make this world
our own hell.”
Oscar Wilde.
Emma Baker was
a divorced math teacher.
No children.
She has a boyfriend, though,
who’s a drummer in a Goth band.
Her Facebook has pictures of them
at the Bram Stoker Vampire festival
and Slayerama, which is a
celebration of all things Gothic.
Hmm. Teacher by day,
Elvira by night.
Clearly
this is a woman
with two different sides
to her personality.
Yeah, the boyfriend’s band
pours fake blood
all over themselves
on stage.
Ok, so if these two were Satanists,
it wouldn’t be a stretch.
Garcia, has the boyfriend
been questioned by local P.D.?
He has by phone.
He’s got an airtight alibi.
Him and his band have been on
tour to Asia for the last month.
Well, if it’s not
the boyfriend,
someone in their circle.
Emily, you asked earlier if she
was going to a Renaissance fair.
There’s something to that.
Based on the dress, there could
be more of a connection
to history
than the occult.
Renaissance fairs typically
replicate 16th Century England.
They’ve surged in popularity
since they began in the 1960s.
And it’s not just
a bunch of nerds in costumes
eating turkey legs,
you guys.
A different time is somehow very
Agent Hotchner?
Detective Gassner.
Yes, sir.
Of course.
Thanks for coming out.
This is Agent Rossi.
Uh…Welcome
to St. Baldwin’s.
Creepy, isn’t it?
They shut it down
in ’98
after a fire burned down
the East wing.
Any idea what part of
the hospital we’re in now?
This is the female ward.
The old day room
to be exact.
Hotch, take a look at this.
The victim
was laid out here,
but the bed wasn’t here
originally.
It was dragged across
the floor from in there.
Those are the old
patient rooms.
went to a lot of trouble
to make sure that
the victim was placed
right here in the middle
of the room.
That is significant.
Could be a former patient.
I’ll have Garcia
pull up a list.
We, uh, photographed
all the walls,
and we’re running
a paint analysis
to find the most
recent graffiti.
Maybe a tagger
saw something…
[Woman humming]
My son.
You’ve been so brave.
I have no fear.
You will.
The wives
will be stronger.
It’s an honor
to be chosen defender.
An honor and a curse
for this family.
Regardless,
it is our sacred duty.
Be vigilant.
Never let your guard down.
Send a warning.
Show them our strength.
Be ruthless
and destroy them
before they destroy us.
I will.
I promise.
The cause of death
was nicotine poisoning.
Was it something in
the white-face makeup?
No. No, the makeup’s
harmless.
And it was applied postmortem.
But the gown
that she was wearing
was soaked in
a nicotine-based pesticide,
so it was absorbed
through her skin.
Was that a quick death?
At high doses,
people can die immediately,
but based on the levels
in her bloodstream,
she probably died
in about an hour.
Within minutes she was
probably sweating
and then experiencing
shortness of breath
and possibly seizures.
So she didn’t have the
wherewithal to remove the dress.
Well, even if she did,
she couldn’t.
That corset was laced
so tightly, it left
lividity marks on her chest.
Plus, someone sewed the
dress shut over the closure.
I’m guessing she wasn’t
sewn in by choice.
Take look over here.
Prentiss: Is that more
nicotine bruising?
Well, you’d think so. But the
clothing wasn’t tight on her skin here.
See, the epidermis
is thickened
and has signs of
abscess formations.
some time before she was killed.
So we were right. He held her
and tortured her first.
The question is, why?
the first to do this.
Poisoned garments actually have
an incredibly long history,
going all the way back to the shirt
of Nessus, which killed Hercules.
Ok, so,
I double-checked,
and this fabric is not manufactured
for commercial sale.
Is it possibly
something from the past
that was
maybe discontinued?
No. I can tell you
one thing, though.
The fabric is
a double-layer brocade.
It was probably custom-made
for someone,
and it’s very pricy.
Ok, now what about
the dress?
Did anything stand out?
Well, it’s homemade,
for one.
Ok, how do you
know that?
Well, the seams are uneven.
Whoever the seamstress is,
she isn’t very skilled.
What makes you so sure
it’s a woman?
Well, there’s some
detail work in here
that would require
small hands.
Oh, and this is interesting.
See, now, the stitching on this hem,
it’s narrow in some places
and wider in others.
Small hands,
easily distracted.
Let me ask you this. How old
do you think someone could be
and still effectively
sew this?
Well…a pattern
of this complexity,
they’d have to be
a teenager.
Ok, thanks.
Based on the size
of the victim’s body,
I think only an adult male
would be able to lift her
and move a hospital bed,
so…
What, are we looking
at a team here?
accomplice who’s being coerced.
I didn’t know if you’d
want breakfast or lunch,
so I made both.
French toast and spaghetti.
You’re spoiling me.
You saw mother again.
James, when can I
go back to school?
Now I see why I’m getting
the royal treatment.
If I fall too far behind,
I’ll never catch up.
Lara…
I promise I’ll be careful.
You can drop me off
and pick me up.
Look, we’re different
from other people.
I never should have
put you out in the world
Ridicule?
Your birth defect is the
first thing that people see.
And people can be
so cruel.
But they’re not.
I have friends at school, James.
Good friends.
Then there’s pity.
Pity is worse than
ridicule.
These people think
that they’re doing you a favor
by being nice to you,
but they have no idea
how special
you truly are.
If you let me go,
I’ll call you between every class.
I said no.
Well, at least
let me have a computer.
Not in this house.
How many times
do I have to say it?
Look, if you need
to use a computer,
I can take you
to the library, ok?
But you know that this is for
your own protection.
Right? You know that.
Maybe mother’s wrong.
Don’t you ever say that.
Mother’s plagued with visions that
she’d rather not see,
but for our sake,
I’m glad she does.
You’re hurting me.
Is that the next wife?
When will you
hunt her down?
When we’re finished
with the one that we have now.
[Gasping]
[Choking]
[Gasping]
Ohh! Ohh!
Ohh! Ohh!
[Choking]
[Ring]
Fount of wisdom.
Penelope, how many patients
were in the female ward
of the asylum?
Uh, 32.
6 died in the fire
that broke out in the kitchen
next to the ward.
The rest were transferred
out of the facility
when the hospital shut down.
Anyone recently released?
The last female patient
that got out
was 5 years ago
when she was 80.
It was a compassionate
release.
Thanks, Garcia.
Hey, guys.
What do you think
about this?
Rossi: Batty.
That’s kind of on the nose.
No, not that. Rick,
can you zoom in right here?
Emma’s the name
of the victim.
It could also be completely
unrelated to the case.
What do the numbers
mean?
My guess–patient I.D.s.
Has the paint analysis
come back yet?
Uh, this particular
sample
was written no more than
a week ago.
Check these names against
missing women in Oregon.
Well, if this is
a list of victims,
it means there are more
he hasn’t chosen yet.
[Gasping]
[Gasping and choking]
Is she…
[Gasps]
She’s one of them.
An innocent will die
before the wise,
but a devil’s wife
will surely rise.
[Gasps]
[Crying]
Alice Pritchard was 22.
A senior
at Portland College.
She went missing
from campus 5 days ago.
A realtor found her body
here this morning.
I don’t see
any physical similarities
to our first victim.
She’s a lot smaller
than Emma.
Different coloring,
different age.
So these women aren’t
surrogates for anyone.
But he did lay her out
in the same way.
She’s displayed in
the center of the room
just like the other victim
at the asylum.
It’s as if
she’s being presented.
There is so much attention
paid to detail.
This is also satisfying
So, why leave bodies
in an empty storefront
and the asylum?
Good question.
There should be a connection
between the two.
Or maybe it’s not about
this storefront at all.
A theater company
performing Shakespeare.
The dress,
the white makeup.
This victim could
literally be wearing a costume.
What if this was the closest
to the theater
Without being caught?
Alice’s sorority sisters
say she wanted to be a nurse
and she was active
in a Christian youth group.
If she was into anything dark, her
best friends sure didn’t know about it.
Morgan: She was in Portland
collecting donations for an orphanage
could have approached her on the street.
[Cell phone rings]
Hey, baby girl, you’re on speaker.
Give me the lowdown.
Chocolate thunder, you can have
the whole kit and caboodle.
Just say the word.
Oh, and I cross-referenced
the names you found on the wall
with missing women
in Oregon and I came up
with some matches.
Christine Torres.
She is a 40-year-old
homemaker from Eugene, Oregon.
She went missing
over a month ago
after she dropped
her kids off at school.
Any other women
named Emma missing?
Uh-uh. Just the one whose body
we found. Same thing with Alice.
Hey, Garcia,
what was the exact date
Christine was
reported missing?
February 28th. Emma went
missing on March 19th,
Alice on the 22nd.
Guys, I think
these numbers are dates.
If you reverse them and chop
off the 11 at the beginning and end…
That’s two days after
each woman went missing.
It’s more than that,
though. Look.
March first
is Saint Eichatadt day.
March 21st
is the spring equinox,
and the 24th is
the feast of the beast.
All important holidays in the
Satanic calendar for sacrifices.
What about the 11
on the end?
To many occultists
11 is symbolic of Lucifer.
Ok, I thought we were moving
away from the satanic killings.
Apparently we need
to reconsider.
There’s gotta be some sort of
connection to the devil here.
Reid, what other upcoming dates
are significant to satanists?
Good Friday,
then Easter Eve.
Then preparations
begin in mid-April
for the most important
holiday of all–
Walpurgis Night on April 30th.
Good Friday’s in two days.
That means he’s hunting
for his next victim today.
We need to give
the profile soon.
[Doorbell rings]
Hi yourself.
How are you feeling?
Better.
Thanks for asking.
Are you contagious?
Gosh, no, not at all.
Cool.
So, remember how
you sponsored me
for the spring walk-a-thon,
$5.00 a mile.
You owe me 50 bucks.
Oh, right.
Let me get it.
Is everyone still going
Saturday?
I know you like Henry,
but you can forget about him,
because he’s taking
Stacy to the prom.
Really?
Yeah.
Is this your mom?
I thought you were sleeping.
This is my friend Chloe
from school.
This is my brother James.
Hi. It’s nice to meet you.
I’ve heard so much about–
– It’s time for you to go.
– James–
But I was hoping that Lara
could come out on Saturday
because that’s when
the prom is–
[door slams]
Why did you do that?
Did you invite her?
No, she came on her own.
She’s not your friend.
Yes, she is. She wanted
to see how I was doing.
If I was still
going to prom on Saturday.
I don’t have a date
or anything.
A bunch of us
are going as a group.
So can I go?
Absolutely not.
I only get one prom
in my life,
and you’re gonna
deprive me of it?
Please?
I love you, James.
You’re the best brother
in the whole world.
Your love is a mere shadow
compared to mine.
And I would die for you.
Is that what you want?
Then don’t invite
unnecessary danger?
I can’t stay
in this prison forever.
You speak like a green girl,
unsifted in such perilous
circumstances.
All right,
let’s do it again.
It’s right this way.
The gowns in the photos
look familiar.
Let’s see here.
Oh, here.
From “The Merry Wives
of Windsor.”
This fabric is the same.
Oh, and here’s the other one
from the same play.
They’re practically
identical.
Are any costumes
missing?
Oh, no. I just did
an inventory on Monday,
and we don’t have
duplicates of these gowns.
When was the last time
the theater performed
“The Merry Wives
of Windsor”?
Well, let’s see here.
Oh, last fall.
And they haven’t been
used for anything else
or it would be marked
on the label.
Maybe somebody
in the audience saw it
and made copies
of the gowns.
But the level of detail
suggests someone
up close and personal.
We’ll need a list of everyone
involved in the production.
Lara is beginning
to question our mission.
I can’t control her anymore.
She’s 16, which means
she’s at a vulnerable stage.
The devil will take
notice of her now.
What do I do?
My poor noble James.
You’ll have to
strike first
if you want to save
those you love.
Based on the dresses and makeup
the victims were found in,
who is living in
an elaborate fantasy world.
He believes he is special, perhaps
acting on behalf of the devil.
his victims
in water for days
before killing them.
Which means he’s deliberate
and patient.
Morgan: This guy has
a vivid imagination.
The costumes and makeup
suggest that he’s a history buff,
or he may be a fan
of Shakespeare.
Reid: Using nicotine as
a poison is highly unusual,
so he’s either
very well-read
or under the guidance
of another.
His interests and delusions
have caused him
to become isolated socially.
He can appear normal
to his potential targets,
and his crimes are not
driven by sex or greed,
but instead by his
delusional belief system.
Although the bodies of only
two victims have been recovered,
there’s likely a third,
specifically Christine Torres,
who disappeared in February.
is difficult to determine,
but he’s probably
in his 20s to 30s.
JJ: The fact that he travels
so far to abduct his victims
indicates that he has a very
specific selection criteria.
or underage accomplice
to sew the dresses
the victims were found in,
but she may not be a partner
in the traditional sense.
It’s quite possible
she was coerced into helping
and may actually
be a victim herself.
is working according to
a specific timetable that
corresponds with the satanic calendar,
and he has plans to kidnap another
victim before the end of today.
Thank you.
Ok. Thanks.
So, Garcia checked out
everyone associated
with that theater production
of “The Merry Wives of Windsor.”
They’re all in the clear.
Well, the gowns have to be
connected to the theater somehow.
It can’t just be
a coincidence.
There’s something else
that’s been bothering me.
Why is he putting white face makeup
on his victims after they’re dead?
Isn’t that what they wore
in the Elizabethan era?
Yes, but only upper-class
women wore white face makeup.
It was a symbol
of virginity and purity.
But he’s dressing them
like characters out of
“The Merry Wives of Windsor,”
which is one of
Shakespeare’s rare plays
about the middle class.
So it’s inconsistent.
The makeup could mean that he
believes death is purifying them.
What if this is like
the Salem witch trials,
where they test the girls
by trying to drown them?
If they died, it meant
they were obviously innocent.
If they somehow survived,
they were considered witches
and therefore hanged.
Wonderful.
A lose-lose situation.
the victims in water to torture them.
It was some sort of a test?
With death being the only
possible outcome.
If he believes
he’s killing witches,
he probably thinks
that he’s a vigilante
or a protector
against evil of some sort.
Laying the victims out the way he
did could be a message to the devil.
A symbol of victory
and a warning,
like putting a head
on a spike.
He’s not worshiping the devil.
He’s trying to fight him.
[Music playing]
Can I get a Heineken?
Only the finest wine
should pass your lips.
So what is that,
your best line?
I’ve been watching you
for the last hour.
And you are the most
ravishing creature
that I have ever seen.
[Whimpering and gasping]
The missing woman
is Sarah Gammon,
27-year-old graphic artist.
Her father drove
to her apartment this morning
to pick her up for their
weekly breakfast together.
She wasn’t there.
Where was she last seen?
At a night club in Portland,
the, uh, Mirage Room.
She went with a girlfriend
who had to leave early.
Morgan and I
will check it out.
[Cell phone rings]
Ok, I did some varsity-level
sleuthing,
and it turns out
the costumes were donated
to the theater by a young actress
named Cate Harris.
She was in their production of “The
Merry Wives of Windsor” 16 years ago,
which was the only other time
that play was produced there.
Where is she now?
Oh, I was hoping you would ask,
because I have the answer.
She died in 1998 in the fire at
St. Baldwin’s Psychiatric Hospital.
Was she a patient there?
Oh, most definitely. And some
say that she set that fire.
Garcia, can you get
her medical records?
Yeah, I tried to do that,
but it turns out
the new director
of St. Baldwin’s
was a technophobe
hyper-luddite like our Dr. Reid,
and he only wanted
the psych records to be on paper
to protect confidentiality.
Ok. Detective, we need you to get
a copy of those records.
You got it.
[Music playing]
♪ They asked me how I knew ♪
♪ my true love was true ♪
♪ oh… ♪
What is this?
♪ Something here inside… ♪
Your prom.
I didn’t want you to miss it.
I spoke to mother again.
She said that the end is near.
She did?
You see, there’s only…
one more of the devil’s brides
left and we have her.
When she’s dead,
we’ll be safe.
I can go to school again?
The family will be free,
and–and mother and I
can finally–finally rest, so…
♪ Smoke gets in your eyes ♪
I love this song.
I know.
I…I remember.
♪ Who think they could
doubt my love ♪
Dance with me.
♪ Yet today ♪
♪ my love has gone away ♪
♪ I am without my love ♪
♪ without my love ♪
♪ now laughing friends deride ♪
♪ tears I cannot hide ♪
♪ oh oh ♪
♪ so I smile and say ♪
♪ when the lovely flame dies ♪
♪ smoke gets in your eyes ♪
♪ in your eyes ♪
♪ smoke gets in your ♪
♪ eyes ♪
So, did she like this guy
that was hitting on her?
Oh, yeah.
No offense to her,
but she wouldn’t normally
get that sort of attention.
I mean, this was
a handsome, rich dude.
He could have had
his pick of the lot,
but he was fixated
on her.
How so?
I saw him.
A couple of knockouts
tried talking to him,
but he blew them off.
Here, take a look.
She’s the blonde.
And that’s him.
Morgan:
He’s following her.
How long before
he talked to her?
[Cell phone rings]
I think it was about an hour.
Excuse me.
Hey, what’s up?
Well, there’s no doubt
she’s the one he wanted.
I agree. His choice
wasn’t random.
It’s like he knew
she was gonna be there
and he went there
looking for her.
But why these particular women?
They have nothing in common.
What if each victim
has to look a certain way?
He’d want to find
a real-life match,
and he’d be willing
to travel to get to her.
[Grate creaking]
Lara:
Why isn’t she moving?
Is she dead?
No. No, no, no.
She can’t be.
Oh, my God,
she was innocent.
You killed an innocent woman.
It’s a trick.
She’s dead, James.
You were wrong.
I’m calling the police.
No! No!
I’m sorry.
I’m sorry, but we have to find
the last of the devil’s wives.
There’s never gonna be
a last one, is there?
This’ll go on
forever and ever.
Apparently the state
would have to pay
for a new storage facility
if they moved the records.
Someone decided, why bother
if the old place works?
Ladies.
No electricity, I take it.
You would be correct.
Hey. I think I found it.
Yeah. Oh. First of all,
Cate Harris was a stage name
for Catherine Heathridge,
a textile heiress.
Her family kept
the pseudonym
for her medical admission
to protect their privacy.
According to
the intake report,
Catherine was an aspiring
actress who went off her
psychiatric medications
when she was pregnant
with her daughter.
She had a minor part in
“The Merry Wives of Windsor”
16 years ago when she became
floridly psychotic.
She was convinced the other
actresses were the devil’s wives,
so she stabbed one of them.
JJ: Is that when
she was admitted here?
Not yet. It seems she had a son
and a daughter.
After fleeing
the theater,
she chopped off the left arm
of her infant daughter.
Gassman:
Why would she do that?
To make the child
less appealing to the devil.
She believed that
killing the devil’s wives
was her mission on earth,
which is what
But she died
in the asylum fire.
Someone else must be
carrying out her mission.
I murdered an innocent.
Even white knights
have their dark days.
You’re a vanishing breed,
James.
My son, a hero
from a different time.
Only one wife remains.
I’m sure of it.
If you don’t kill her,
who will?
No one.
Kill her.
Kill her.
If someone’s carrying on
in Catherine’s mission,
then it’s quite possible they
both suffer from folie a deux,
a shared psychotic disorder
between two people
who are extremely close,
and that would mean
it’s most likely
a family member.
Maybe one or both
of her kids.
Garcia, I need you to find
everything you can
on the Heathridge family,
specifically Catherine’s
son and daughter.
Ok, finding it
as we speak.
Bingo. Catherine,
a wealthy textile heiress,
had a son James, now 26,
and a daughter Lara,
now 16.
Father died in a speedboat
accident right before Lara was born.
They were raised by
their grandfather
in a mansion outside Portland
after mom was committed.
Is the grandfather
still alive?
No. He died last year.
That could have been
the stressor.
Garcia, where are the kids
living now?
James was kicked out of a seminary
in Colorado 3 years ago,
but that’s still listed
as his address.
Lara dropped out of school
6 weeks ago,
coincidentally
on her birthday.
And the family home
is her listed address,
and I’m sending you pictures
right…Now.
That could be him.
The man at the night club
who left with Sarah Gammon.
All right,
contact the seminary.
Garcia, I’m gonna need
an address.
What’s wrong?
I swear I’m not one of them.
Please don’t do this.
I’m going to save you.
I’ll die, James.
You know I will.
Not if I murder the devil first.
Let’s go.
[Siren]
He’ll see you
and he’ll come for you.
And when he does,
I’ll strike.
What if you fail?
Then we’ll die together.
Morgan, you and JJ
take the back.
We’ll take the front.
Did you see that?
There’s a girl up in that window.
You check it out.
I’ll look for James.
[Coughing]
[Coughing, labored breathing]
Damn.
It looks like we just found
our first victim.
[Gasps]
[Door opens]
Ok, I’m gonna get this
off you, ok? Hold on.
[Gasping]
Uh! Uhh!
[Grunting]
[Fabric tearing]
Ok. Ok.
Where is James?
[Thud]
Hotch: “All that we see or seem
is but a dream within a dream.”
Edgar Allan Poe.
So, Lara is gonna be ok.
She confirmed that
the bodies were left out
as messages to the devil.
Well, her brother’s dead.
What happens to her now?
There’s always
foster care.
For an heiress?
I don’t think so.
I’m sure guardians
and trustees will be
coming out of the woodwork.
So she’ll end up
back here,
in a house that
breeds delusions.
Hopefully not.
[Doorbell rings]
I’ll get it.
I’ve waited so long
for you, Lara.
It’s time to come

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