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…whisper, whisper, royal, whisper, torture, whisper… Whatevs.
Ryan, the intern, knocks and asks Renard if he wants to see a detective from Albuquerque about the kidnapping. It’s the dream lady. She’s a detective. Her name is Valentina Espinoza and I immediately wonder if she was on Real Housewives of Miami. But I quickly return to non-reality TV. She says that she has been tracking related kidnapping cases for the past five years and that they need to hurry because he’ll be dead by tomorrow, along with two other kids.
Captain, if you’re done whispering, I’ve got another scary lady here for you.
What were you whispering about?
Lady in white is humming to Rafael while he lies on a mat in some cabin on the water. (This is v different than “lies on some Matt”, as my spellcheck pointed out to me.) She woges into something gross, but Rafael doesn’t react and seems perfectly content to just lay on the floor.
What I imagined my daughter saw every morning when she awoke.
What she actually saw.
Tons of kids are trick or treating at Monroe’s house and loving his set up. Monroe is having just as much fun. He sees some boys bullying a girl for her candy and Monroe twists his ear until he gives it back to her. The kid threatens Monroe. (Whoever does all the make-up and special effects for Grimm should definitely win some awards… it’s jut unreal.)
Single guy, luring kids… that might be illegal.
Pinching a kid… more than likely illegal.
Offering a little kid candy… totes illegal.
At the station, Nick, Hank, and Valentina are going through all the old cases. She shows the pattern that on Halloween day there are three kids kidnapped. Two boys and one girl. And by midnight they are all dead. It has happened in several cities over the last several years. Nick shows her the video of the woman in white and she swears it’s the same lady. She asks if anyone mentioned a woman crying and they tell her Luiz claims to have heard her crying. La Llorona is a ghost story about a woman who drowns her three kids because her hubby was cheating on her (should have drowned the husband), but much like Luiz, Valentina says it’s no ghost.
Renard: So cheating is a bad thing?
Not if your kids can swim.