The killer: Joe Hillis, the victim: Ginelle Mercier
Ginelle is a free-spirited tarot-card reader whose clients include Joe's sister Elizabeth. Joe is a brew-master who on the verge of opening his own brewery, which is a joint project of his and Elizabeth's. Ginelle's body is found hidden behind wood paneling in a vacant warehouse. Because of the condition of her body, she died anywhere from 10 months to a years ago, leaving detectives with a lengthy timeframe to investigate. Meanwhile, Oscar finally tells Angie about his health issues.
In the season finale, Jack discovers the alarming depth and scope of the organization to which he's lost Amy. Meanwhile, Marcus and Madison engage in a fatal struggle; and Richard is forced to go on the run, but he recruits an unexpected partner along the way.moreless
Jack makes a last attempt to bring Amy home, after making a gruesome discovery in his backyard. Meanwhile, Rose remains haunted by a tragedy; and Gary realizes how to expose the corruption behind Qui Reverti but it will require a great sacrifice.moreless
Gary learns something very strange about Amy, which suggests a larger, more terrifying conspiracy. Meanwhile, Madison arrives in Seattle and threatens an old acquaintance; Rose puts pressure on Richard; and Jack and Gary find a reliable source.moreless
Jack searches for Amy in Seattle, but her movements produce more questions than answers. Meanwhile, Madison finds herself in a train station with a ticket to Seattle, an envelope with money, and a mysterious key; and Richard suffers serious consequences due to an act of humanity.moreless
The Winchesters track down a killer and the investigation leads them to found footage of three college students investigating mysterious animal attacks.
While David Robert Jones goes after his next target, Walter visits the Other Side to help the team's counterparts with an investigation into a Fringe case that touches on both worlds.
Some interesting facts are unveiled during a father/daughter bike ride. Abby discovers her father's secret obsession with Wakefield, while Henry and Trish have an eventful wedding rehearsal.
The series begins when 18-year-old George Lass is killed by a toilet seat from the Mir space station hurtling towards earth. She discovers that the afterlife does indeed exist, where she has been assigned a job as a 'Grim Reaper.' It's her job to reap the souls from the living and guide them to their eternal reward. Besides coping with her new job, she must learn to deal with being young and starting out - and of course, being dead.moreless