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Gavin gets threatening texts from an untraceable phone while he’s out walking with Olivia. The text warns that he is going to have to pay for everything he’s done. A truck almost runs over Olivia, who’s on the phone and distracted. Gavin gets a second text that says “next time, I won’t miss.”
Later, at the Halloween party, Olivia is guarding a friend who she dared to stay alone for five minutes in one of the Drake’s haunted apartments. A mysterious gas-masked man knocks her out, drags her away and cuts power to the building. He then calls Gavin and says that he has Gavin’s wife. Gavin’s ready to pay any amount to get Olivia back, but the voice says it’s not about money, it’s about letting Gav know he’s not invulnerable. The voice says Gavin can have Olivia back IF he can find her in time. Gavin dispatches Tony to the penthouse to look for her, but Tony ends being hanged in a noose. (I know, what else would he be hanged in?) Gavin gets there in time to save him and finds Olivia knocked out on the terrace chaise.
He revives Olivia, who doesn’t remember anything. Then he looks into his wall safe and finds the gas mask. He takes a mysterious phone call in which he says “You have no idea what you’ve stolen.” The voice says “Oh, but I do.” Then Gavin tells the voice to return the “box” before it’s too late for both of them. When the voice refuses, Gavin says he’s coming for him.
The smoke man who materialized out of the suitcase last week turns out be a Mr. Peter Kramer, who killed his wife with a hatchet on Halloween in 1929. Before going all Lizzie Borden on her, Peter told his wife that “in Heaven, you’re going to be truly happy.” The Ghost Brat is actually Peter’s daughter and she somehow escaped him by hiding under the bed. Before she died, Mrs. Peter gave the little girl a necklace to keep safe and it’s actually Jane’s grandmother’s necklace!
Now Peter is back from the dead and roaming the halls of the Drake. He goes down to the basement and finds his trusty hatchet and he says he’s all ready to finish the job (whatever that is).
At the Drake Halloween party, Louise spills a drink on Jane’s Doran-provided Tippi Hedren costume, so she has to go upstairs to change.
As she’s getting dressed, the Ghost Brat shows up to tell her that “daddy” (Peter) escaped from the suitcase. Jane examines the suitcase, which is now empty except for a newspaper account of the murder. Jane recognizes the man in the photo as the guy she and Henry just rode the elevator with and who complimented her necklace. Peter catches up to Jane as she’s Googling his story and tries to choke her. She escapes into the hall where she finds some hapless guy and borrows his phone to call 911. But Peter is right behind him and plants the hatchet in his head. Jane then tries to escape through a dumbwaiter. Meantime, the power is still out in the whole building because of the masked madmen.