The Sound of Music
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Jack and Will receive a call about another possible Chesapeake Ripper slaying. A man lies dead in his hotel bathroom, with blood everywhere from dismantled sutures and open wounds. Will closes his eyes and enters the mind of the killer. From the entryway, Will envisions the victim stumbling around, still woozy from failing anesthesia, attempting to open his sutures. When the victim notices Will, he reacts violently in self-defense, and Will forcefully tosses him into the bathtub. When the victim convulses, Will rips open his ribcage and attempts to massage the man's heart from the inside, hoping to keep him alive. He fails. Back in the present, Will tells Jack this wasn't brutal, but clumsy. The surgeon they're looking for tried to keep his victim alive. Did the Chesapeake Ripper ever do that?