Criminal Minds 6.06 “Devil’s Night” Review

 Criminal Minds 6.06 Devils Night Review

It’s time for the "Devil’s Night" celebration in Detroit, which is to say it’s the time where most people celebrate the Halloween season, while one man commits terrible murders and has now three years in a row in the days leading up to Halloween. Sounds like an interesting case, but would this episode of Criminal Minds trick or treat?

A killer in Detroit lies dormant all year, but kills on the days just before Halloween. He burns his victims to death in dirty abandoned factories, but they don’t believe he’s an arsonist. The fire is simply his weapon and he’s just as aggressive and destructive as the flames.

Rossi’s conversation with one of the victims wives (a rather unbelievable scene – I just didn’t feel it at all, especially considering the details which she was able to remember) reveals that the unsub may have serious burns on his face, which would explain why he only comes out around the holiday where scary faces and masks are common; he’s blending in.

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