A totem pole of human bodies ranging from freshly killed to decades old are found on a beach and while Graham is investigating the crime scene, he suddenly finds himself in Lecter's office, three and a half hours away, with no recollection of how he got there. Lecter theorizes that Graham's mind is trying to escape from having to investigate such brutal murders.
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Calvados is the basis of the tradition of le trou Normand, or "the Norman hole". This is a small drink of calvados taken between courses in a very long meal, sometimes with apple or pear sorbet, supposedly to reawaken the appetite. See more
Will states that Joel Summers's spot atop the "totem pole" is a place of honor. Native cultures either reject any linear meaning for poles or place the most significant figure at the bottom. It is likely that both Will and the killer were unaware of this because outside Native pole-building cultures the belief that top = honored is pervasive. See more
I'm sorry about yesterday.
Sorry about what?
I... I wasn't feeling like myself.
Well, not feeling like yourself, that's kind of what you do, isn't it?
Sonata No. 8 In C Minor, Pathetique, Op. 13, Second Movement: Adagio Cantabile
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven See more