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    • by Tanya

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      Criminal Minds Season3 Epiode6- About Face

      Yet another chilling episode. This one actually made me feel extra uncomfortable, because the criminal in this case was much similar to many people I actually know in the real life, even reminds me of an ex boyfriend.

      I don’t mean in terms of their actions, but in terms of the delusions that lead him to do those horrible


      In this episode a new team is formed as a retired agent- a legend in his field, the one who actually established and founded the unit, works with them on his first case and joins the team.

      He has unfinished business, one of his first cases that he never managed to solve but still hopes to do it one day since he ...

      • promised the children of the murdered parents that he would.

        The team flies to Texas, where a woman comes back home to discover a missing person’s poster on her door- of herself.

        She reports the incidence to a police officer, who is also her friend’s husband.

        He assures her that this is only a pre-Halloween prank, but he would come back later to check

        up on her.

        When he does, later in the evening, he finds the missing person’s poster plastered all over the apartment with a mask in the center with the word “one” written in the center of it.

        The woman’s body is discovered dumped in the river sometime later- her face is missing.

        Short time goes by and same strange things start happening to another woman.

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