When three bodies are found with animal and human bite marks in a shallow grave near Milwaukee, the BAU has puzzling questions to answer. Meanwhile, Reid and Garcia work out for a company fitness test, but try to hide their preparation from Morgan.
Did You Know?
Reid talks about a young girl who survives a rabies infection. He is referencing a 2004 real-world incident of a young girl, Jeanna Giese, being infected with rabies by a bat. She was placed in a medically induced coma, and she survived the infection. The treatment is now referred to as the Milwaukee Protocol. See more
The unsub watches his videos of the victims on his computer. Whenever he fast-reverses or fast-forwards the footage, we hear the audio sped-up. This wouldn't happen unless he was watching it on a videotape with a linear audio system (such as early VHS) on a really old machine (that doesn't mute during searches). Considering that he's watching it on a computer, and that he shot it with a modern tapeless video camera, odds are, he's not playing a tape. In other words, we shouldn't hear any sped-up audio when he fast-searches the video. See more
A 911 call just came in. Some woman who's apparently foaming at the mouth is attacking people in a coffee shop.
[Rossi looks at the extra-foam coffee cup in his hand and places it on the table with a disgusting look