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While the team profiles a killer in a small town, Hotch must stay and deal with Elle who is beginning to unravel.
In Ozona, Texas, 2500 population, young boys Robbie Davis and Nicholas Faye were bludgeoned to death in the woods, next Sara, dumped there after posthumous abuse. The team believes it's a smart, methodical local trusted by the kids, who are meanwhile advised the buddy-system. An eight-year old tells Jason, who noticed he's burdened by a secret, his older brother Matthew is missing- since two rascals dared him to pull the bell at the local 'ghost house' of old hunter Finnegan, whose wife disappeared 50 years ago. He's out, Robbie's bag lies there, but his corpse is found, buried in the woods before the first murder. Next suspect is school counselor James Charles, abandoned by his wife, who has victim Nicholas Faye's baseball team cap when he fails to flee arrest; his own 12 year-old son Jeffrey Charles is missing, after a search Jason quickly guesses the horrible truth... Meanwhile Hotch tries to get reluctant Elle Greenaway, FBI-cleared but a mental mess, to take shrink therapy...
From the dual police and internal FBI investigation into her fatal shooting of Dayton, Ohio serial rapist William Lee, Greenaway is totally exonerated, the shooting deemed self-defense. Hotch still decides to place her under psychological evaluation as her actions in that case lead him to believe she is still harboring issues from her near death in the Fisher King case. She does not make the evaluation process easy for Hotch. The two ultimately come to an understanding. Meanwhile without Hotch or Greenaway, the BAU work on a case in Ozona, Texas - population 2,500 - of adolescents individually having been beaten to death by blunt force to the head, their bodies found in the woods. By the time the BAU arrive in Ozona, three are dead. In addition to the investigation and debrief with local authorities, the BAU speak to both parents and children in how best to protect themselves, the children told to work on the buddy system, never going anywhere without a friend. The BAU are certain that the unsub is someone local. Local legend points to there being a boogeyman living in the hills, he actually being a recluse named Joseph Finnegan. The authorities find evidence in his house, but additional evidence that he could not have killed the children. A set of fingerprints found in the house could prove to be vital in finding the unsub.
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