Episode 719, "Heathridge Manor" Today 2|1c
SEASON 7, EPISODE 719 - The BAU are called to Oregon in order to investigate body of a young woman that was found displayed in Shakespearian garb inside a burned out insane asylum. When another woman falls victim to the same type of ritualistic murder, the team begins to suspect that the UnSub might be a Satanist. In truth, they are chasing a delusional man who is attempting to fulfill the wish of his equally delusional mother to rid the world of Satans brides.
SEASON 7, EPISODE 720 - While driving through Chicago, Morgans sister catches a glimpse of a woman she believed to be dead her cousin Cindi, who has been missing for nine years. Forced to come clean about the lie he told last year to help his family move on (Ep. 623), Morgan and the team re-open Cindis case in the hopes of bringing her home. In order to do so, they must enter a world of sadomasochism where women are brainwashed into believing that a shadowy company will kill everyone they love if they dont submit to their masters every whim.
SEASON 7, EPISODE 721 - Mere minutes after the execution of an infamous serial killer, a copycat begins to commit crimes in the same town with the same MO. The BAU is forced to act fast the UnSub isnt wasting any time, and bodies are being found every six hours. As the team meets with the executed killers ex wife in a search for suspects, the UnSub begins to escalate his plan. While the first two women murdered are found with cut hair, the third is discovered with a shaved head. The fourth body is found after having been scalped entirely.
SEASON 7, EPISODE 722 - Rossi leads the BAU in presenting one of his longest tenured cases to a class of college students who are learning about profiling. Through this lecture, Rossi tells the story of an UnSub who was a victim of constant physical and emotional abuse throughout his childhood. After becoming an adult, he began to kill women and remove their wombs. Rossi chases the UnSub up and down the west coast over the course of nearly twenty years, and in the process he shows the class how far the science of criminal profiling has come.