Season 1 Episode 22

Paper Dove (1)

Aired Friday 9:00 PM May 16, 1997 on FOX



  • Quotes

    • Kane: So you think Hunzinger's wife was done by our so-called 'Big Woodsman?'
      Emmerich: There isn't a remote similarity in the M.O. The Woodsman is an abductor. He never kills in their homes.
      Frank: I think Hunzinger's wife was his first victim. When he almost got caught, he changed his M.O., abducting, taking them from the home, then killing them.
      Kane: But his signature is the same.
      Devlin: The larynx? The four women our Woodsman has killed didn't have their larynxes removed.
      Frank: In one case, the hyoid bone was destroyed, crushed with bolt cutters. In another, beaten flat with a hammer. Two others were garroted with piano wire, severing their tracheas. In each case, the aim was to stop them from speaking.
      Emmerich: 'Silence is golden?'
      Frank: He's silencing somebody he knows... his wife or his mother. Once they're silenced, they become a captive audience. Still listen, be sympathetic. That's what he wants. That's why he never disfigures their faces.
      Devlin: Do you think he's got a nagging wife? We've always pegged The Woodsman as a... loner.
      Frank: Well, he never does a blitz attack. He easily enters middle-class homes and confronts them. He's comfortable there. I think that's where he lives. I think he does not live alone.
      Kane: Amy Lee Walker.
      Emmerich: A woman fitting his basic victim profile disappeared a few days ago in Hagerstown.

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