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Christine is having nightmares about a monster in her closet. Meanwhile the team are investigating the death of a woman. The murder seems to be connected to a previous victim, who has not yet been identified.
The Jeffersonian investigates the decomposing body of a social worker in the park, but evidence suggests the killer lived with the body for months before dumping it. Things get even more complicated when they determine another set of remains has similar details, which link the victims to a serial murderer who had sinister interactions with his victims' bodies. Booth and Aubrey consult with behavioral analyst Karen Delfs to help with clues to the killer's identity, while Cam tries to determine what (and who) she wants in her romantic life.
Aristoo sees the MO similarity between two corpses of missing persons left to scavengers but first given taxidermy treatment, with holes and drugs suggesting alternating torture and mercy over half a year. The timing fits the reconstruction of recently found white female social worker Alison Monroe and earlier high-school teacher Douglas Burkhart, both 'parental' authority figures. Checking possible revenge motives from Monroe's foster parenting applications leads to easily manipulated simpleton farmer George Gibbons, who turns out little more then the bright serial killer's constantly camera-watched instrument. The team was also observed by him.
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