Silas no longer wants to help Damon and the others bring back Bonnie. He just wants to kill Amara, bring down the veil, and kill himself so they can enjoy death together.
In 1919, a serial killer stalked the women of New Orleans. Dubbed the Axe Man - not just for his manner of killing but because he plays saxophone - he killed eight women and terrorized the city.
Kevin has had a little bit of luck translating the angel tablet. He has managed to translate it into an obscure dead language but can’t find anyone to translate that language. This means study time, so when Castiel calls Dean with a potential case (four people disappear, presumed dead), he is only too eager to head out to Idaho and follow up.
Marcel hosts a fight club in which the winner will be one step closer to joining his inner circle and gaining a daylight ring. A victor is crowned, but Klaus interrupts the match by breaking her neck.
Ichabod heads over to a meeting with the Freemasons. He promises Abbie he will insist they include her in their normally men-only club, so she meets him there. By the time they arrive, they find the four Freemasons, dead and headless, and watch as the Horseman rides off with a fistful of heads.
The sick are getting sicker and the fence is getting weaker… it all comes to a head tonight.
Hank and Nick are called in on an icky case: a guy named Ned Klosterman is found dead, in a tree. His stomach exploded and rained down, leaving a cartoonish hole through his torso.
The Order of the Dragon is pissed that Grayson is now the majority stockholder in the oil company.
Silas is now a witch and he is excited to die. He seems poised to keep his promise: he will bring Bonnie back before killing himself. Or as he kills himself - I don’t know how it works. But first he must find and destroy the anchor so that the supernatural purgatory falls.
We open on Halloween night, 1833. Madame Lalaurie is holding a masquerade ball and a suitor named Jacques shows up for her eldest daughter, Borquita. She tests his mettle by taking him into her “chamber of horrors.”