The Jeffersonian investigates the decomposing body of a social worker in the park, but evidence suggests the killer lived with the body for months before dumping it. Things get even more complicated when they determine another set of remains has similar details, which link the victims to a serial murderer who had sinister interactions with his victims' bodies. Booth and Aubrey consult with behavioral analyst Karen Delfs to help with clues to the killer's identity, while Cam tries to determine what (and who) she wants in her romantic life.
Did You Know?
When Booth says in disgust upon seeing many cats at George Gibbons' home of "why it'd have to be cats?", he mirrors the classic "Indiana Jones" line of "Why it'd have to be snakes?" See more
(At about 28 mins) When Sarah is talking to Agent Aubrey, she puts her left hand on her arm, and in the very next shot, her left hand is flat on the table. See more
You were right Mommy, there are no monsters
See? I'm always right
References A Nightmare on Elm Street
Written by William Cool White
aka John Hodges
Performed by Guy Carawan
Played when Bones reads the case files at home and Christine gets out of her bed See more