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Last night on Hawaii Five-0…it’s Halloween, bitches! So, following TV’s schema for cop-show Halloween episodes, there’s a spooky murder at night in a spooky location. In THIS particular incarnation of the TV trope, a couple of amateur documentarians go on a ghost hunt to an ancient Hawaiian temple, and wouldn’t ya know it? They die on camera, except the killer doesn’t appear on camera. Man, good thing Castle aired this same thing LAST Monday, huh?
So McG and Co are called on the scene, but have to wait around for the priest to show up and bless them. Danno scoffs at religion, so he proceeds without blessing, and that doesn’t work out so well for him. Anyways, no real info is found at the scene (aside from the aforementioned camera), so they skiddadle. The camera reveals there was a bag at the crime scene as the murder occured, but no clues as to what’s in it.
Franklin finds a fingerprint on the dead girl’s glasses, but the fingerprint belongs to a dead guy! Crazy, right? The crew wastes a whole bunch of time trying to figure out if the dead guy who owned those prints faked his own death, and even go so far as to exhume the body…or at least the casket, which is empty! And then Fong is able to make some use of the camera, and sees a hand in the bag! Ah, that’s how the dead guy’s print got on the girl.
Everyone heads back out to the temple/burial ground with some ground x-ray sorcery, and while Danno and McG are running around the woods searching for a homeless guy they’d seen briefly at the beginning of the episode, they find that there are a lot more bodies. All of these bodies are missing certain parts…mostly ligaments, because apparently they can be harvested for “donation” post-mortem.
Not gonna ruin the end for you guys, since I know it was terrible unpredictable.
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