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In part 2 of the premiere, Beckett's side of her abrupt disappearance is revealed. After receiving a mysterious tip from her past, Beckett is launched into a fight for her life, with a team of mercenaries hot on her trail. While Castle investigates why his wife is on the run, Beckett must figure out who wants her dead, before they can finish the job.

[S8E11] Dead Red

At the Burn Unit, the doctor explains Valerie will be going through very painful debridement. In a few days if she stabilizes, she will have surgery, a round of maggots, and then another surgery to remove dead tissue. He believes it is remarkable she has survived this long, but doubts she will survive more. Benson informs Valerie Miles has been arrested and Tessa is in the waiting room with her parents. When Valerie asks if they killed him, Stabler notes she is out of it. Valerie tells them the shower was his fault, but she showed him. Before exiting the Burn Unit Benson questions if Miles raped her. She confirms it. The detectives are forced to leave the room, before the medical team starts the procedure, the whole thing through which Valerie is awake and screaming.

It's safe to assume that The Flash wouldn't be able to completely utilize the Green Lantern mythos, between John Diggle's Green Lantern storyline not yet fully coming to fruition, and a Green Lantern television show being in the works for HBO Max. Still, the deliberate mention of "Blackest Night" feels intentional in some way, to the point where it might not be surprising to see Nekron or other elements of the comic event make their way onto the show. After all, we know Ronnie isn't the only previously-dead character confirmed to return to this season of The Flash, and if the show is really nearing its conclusion, the very concept of Blackest Night could allow for cameo appearances from a number of returning characters.

Unlike Smith, however, Kestler targeted ordinary citizens of both genders and operated in multiple states. His signature was leaving a sample of animal hair and the larvae of flies native to the Southwestern United States that he brought along on the victims' bodies. The motivation for doing so would be because that since reincarnation states that the spirit of a dead body travels into the closest newborn possible, Kestler wanted to ensure that the victims would never come back in human form, thus explaining the animal hair and larvae. Also, with the murders of Charlie Clayton and Brianna Wells, the former was abducted from his home and killed in a forest, while the latter was killed inside her car. During the Escambia Memorial Hospital shooting, he used the same handgun to kill his victims. 041b061a72


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