Detectives Logan and Barek investigate claims of voodoo, when two sisters are found wrapped in plastic cocoons and asphyxiated.

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James Deakins
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Ron Carver
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Lydia Wyatt
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Jack Strong
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Teddy Mercer
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Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
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Daniel Esparza (as Andre Blake)
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Grace Langley
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Mr. Krebs
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Robbie Paulson
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Sarah Jackson
Sarah Uriarte Berry ...
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Detectives Logan and Barek investigate claims of voodoo, when two sisters are found wrapped in plastic cocoons and asphyxiated.

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When Logan and Barek look up some suspects (Jack and Robbie) in their education yearbook, Jack is pictured along with other students and right next to him is the actor Anson Williams. See more »

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Detective Carolyn Barek: Faith trumps science, once again.
Detective Mike Logan: Nothing that a little calamine lotion can't fix.
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Faith trumps science
21 September 2017 | by (Falconara Marittima, Italy) – See all my reviews

At the beginning this episode reminds me "Silence of the lambs" movie and I suppose the perpetrator was a serial killer obsessed with cocoon. As the story goes by, we find out the murderer is related to magic issue. For the first time we see tricks used by voodoo healers such as puffer fish poison, poison ivy oil trapped in candlestick and lithium carbonate diluted in water bottle. The female witch doctor (Sherry Saum) set up a smart scam involving two naive graduate students (both with serious issues, one with suicidal attempt at the college) and taking advantage of her real work as a daycare nurse.

This time Logan's life is placed at stake due to poisoned candle and he manages to heal just in time. Barek exposes she's a religious kind of person and prayers helped his parents throughout their lives.


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