After Tessa Horton is murdered in a bizarre fashion at her apartment, evidence piles up, all pointing at Castle. He denies knowing her, let alone having had an affair, but there are fingerprints, security footage and recovered hard-drive evidence all showing he did. Although no one in the precinct can believe him guilty, they must arrest him based on the evidence. Only then does vindictive serial killer Jerry Tyson manifest himself to Castle while he is in Holding at the precinct, promising that he won't survive jail, which calls for a radical solution.
Did You Know?
Castle identifies "Joseph Vacher", an alias Jerry Tyson used during his framing of Castle, as a serial killer from 19th century France. Active from 1894 to 1897, Vacher murdered and mutilated at least eleven people, and was often compared to Jack the Ripper. See more
When they do the close-up of the fingerprint chart from CSU, one fingerprint is identified as being on the "door jam". The part of a door frame is a door jamb. See more
[entering apartment after a trip
Tessa, I'm home.
[picks up mail from floor
Tess?... Tess? You here?
Written by Robert Duncan See more