Jack goes to see Will, and tells him that Hannibal was nearly killed by the man who killed the bailiff and the judge. The only important part of that “story” is that the orderly didn’t kill the judge - that was the Ripper. And nothing Will said made that happen - it just happened.
We here on FEARNET were victims of a handful of pranks throughout the course of the day, and we wanted to share some of our favorites with you, now that the fun is coming to an end.
Hannibal Lecter, Jack Crawford, Will Graham and even the creepy 'Stagman' all get the vinyl treatment, with a bloody Lecter variant being made available exclusively at this year's San Diego Comic Con.
Freddie responds to an anonymous tip, sending her to the observatory. She enters with a gun, but soon exchanges it for a camera. She snaps away before calling the authorities. When Jack arrives, she suggests someone else enter - it’s one of his own. (Yes, we all know where this is going.)
You don’t need to consult the statistics, watch re-runs of Breaking Bad (or a cheesy Lifetime special) or tune into Sally-Jessie (or any barrel-bottom-scraping talk show) to know that addiction is one of the most destructive real-life horrors a person is likely to confront.
Beverly visits Will with more crime scene photos; this time of The Muralist, James Gray, in the mural. There were no signs of a struggle, and The Muralist would have worked alone, which means that the person who sewed him into his work had to understand him well enough to find his “studio” and have a feel for his artwork.
Today we take a look at five of the show's most creative killers, who managed to upstage even the extreme brutality of the cannibalistic Hannibal Lecter!
Will’s trial begins. The prosecution says that the profile Will created when investigating Hobbs was one he couldn’t escape. “He saved Abigail Hobbs from her father, but couldn’t save her from himself.” She says that he is the smartest person in this room and as such was able to create a psychological profile that would become his alibi.
The “mosaic man” victim, Roland Umber, wakes to find himself in this hideous pile of bodies. We later learn that a lifetime of heroin use has given him a very high tolerance - the amount that killed other people was just a good buzz for him. He tears himself away from the bodies he is sewn to - literally.
What looks like a quiet dinner between Jack and Hannibal turns into a brutal fight to the death. Jack strangles Hannibal, but Hannibal grabs a knife and stabs Jack