The man is a Mr. Trent, and he is the driver of the car that tried to run Olivia down. He tells Gavin and Sam that he was just trying to scare Olivia. Gavin says he’s been known to scare people himself and he would very much like to know who hired Trent. Trent says he never met the man, just spoke to him on the phone. Gavin does not believe him. He tells Trent to name the guy or he will never be allowed to leave. Sam is looking all nervous and squirrelly and says he shouldn’t be there right now. Gavin says oh, you don’t have the stomach for the rough stuff? Sam gets all flustered and rushes out into the hallway. Sam asks what Gavin is going to do to Trent and Gavin says the same thing he’s going to do to Sam.
Sam in an elevator and hears crazy mechanical noises. He’s sweating like crazy as the lights go out and he hears an explosion. The elevator stops and he gets off. But he’s in what looks like an endless hallway.
He can’t find his way out. He tries some doors, but they are locked, or, if he gets one open, it only leads to another endless hallway. In the penthouse, Gavin appears to be seeing this all in his mind and maybe making happen? I don’t know.
Jane hasn’t explored any haunted places lately, so she goes back to apartment 5F, where she was attacked by Ghost Peter. We get a flashback of the scene and the birds coming out of the wall. There is no physical sign that anything ever happened.
Detective Cooper startles Jane inside the apartment. She asks if he’s there to point out more inconsistencies in her story. Cooper has a photo and asks Jane if she recognizes the man in it. She does; it’s the man whose cell phone she borrowed before Ghost Peter parked a hatchet in his head. They traced the number to Henry’s cell phone. The man’s name is Leo Forrester and he was recently reported missing. Cooper says he’s not saying that Jane held anything back in her interview, but if she did, now would be a good time to tell him. Jane says she fears if she tells him the truth he will think she’s crazy. Um, I think he already does, but whatever. He says as an NYC cop, he’s highly trained to deal with crazy.
They move down to Jane’s apartment where they have coffee. Jane admits that she did see the face of the man who attacked her – she saw him and spoke to him. She shows him the newspaper clipping about the 1929 murder and the picture of Ghost Peter. Cooper asks if that means she thinks a ghost attacked her. She asks if he wants to put her in a straitjacket in Bellevue – which is what she thinks Henry would like to do.