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Looks like another one of those cassettes.
Whether we get anything off it
or not is another story.
The case was found on top
of this envelope.
The address is handwritten.
Posted yesterday in Seattle.
Stamp from three years ago.
We're tracing it.
- The victim?
- Jerry Origo. He was a designer.
Rich, single, gay.
Maybe he brought the wrong guy home.
The neighbours heard shouting.
- He burned to death.
- Frank.
The poor son of a bitch went out the window.
Six floors down.
The ME confirmed he died of injuries
from the fall. Where do you get this fire stuff?
The position he fell in. Pugilistic.
He thought he was burning.
Look into his past. Go back as far as you can.
There'll be people dead by fire.
Excuse me.
- What are you doing here?
- I could ask you the same question.
McClaren sent me.
He was concerned.
- He heard from Geibelhouse.
- It's none of their business.
McClaren's view is if you're using FBI
credentials to gain access to crime scenes,
to interview people,
then it is his business.
Someone sent me a cassette
through Bureau internal mail
of a crime scene in Seattle
where Carol Wheatley died.
- Who sent it?
- Someone named Victor Chyren.
He doesn't exist.
Not in the FBI, anyway.
- Is this to do with the Millennium Group?
- I don't know.
- Is there a crime here, Frank?
- Two people received the cassettes.
They died from what's on them.
Do you know why?
I love you,
I love you,
I love you,
- You were right about the fire.
- I was?
12 years ago Jerry Origo was a building
supervisor on a city housing project.
The smoke alarm batteries were never
installed. The emergency exits were locked.
There was a fire. Seven people died.
Origo was responsible for safety inspections.
He was investigated and never charged.
- You think whoever sent him the tape knew?
- I don't know.
Is there some kind of
subliminal messages on these tapes?
- It's possible.
- But the FBI lab found nothing.
The Soviets worked with
bio-acoustical technology back in the '70s.
They managed to send commands
via white-noise bands
directly into the subconscious.
- The technology exists.
- Then why didn't the lab find it?
- Labs can make mistakes.
- But most people aren't affected by the tapes.
- What do you hear on the tapes, Frank?
- You know what I think?
Some people hear what they most fear
hearing. They have massive hallucinations.
Enough to drive them to suicide?
Every choice has a consequence.
- St Peter's gate.
- St Peter's gate?
- Someone standing in judgement?
- Yes.
You still haven't told me
why you got sent the cassette.
What does this have
to do with you, Frank?
I think you have enough to trace who sent
the tapes. You have a postmark, a signature,
you have paper, you've got DNA on the spittle
on the envelope and the stamps.
What are you doing?
I won't be of any use to you.
I'm going home.
Can I help you?
I said, can I help you?
Yeah, I used to live here.
I was just passing by and I...
- You must be Mr Black.
- Yeah.
- Don't worry, it's not about the corpse.
- What?
No, it's... it's the mail.
Still getting letters for you.
Had something a couple of weeks back.
Mostly junk, but...
Now, given you've come this far,
what about a drink?
No, no, no. No, thanks. You know, it's good
to see the place is in such good hands.
Thanks. Don't know how you
lived with the yellow, though.
Weapons-grade anthrax takes
about 8,000 spores to introduce an infection,
The variant they created in the lab takes three,
The Millennium Group developed a vaccine,
- People can be inoculated.
- There's only enough for Group members.
And their families.
And their families, Peter?
The letter Origo received
was dispatched from Hillsborough.
Their vans collect from 83 mailboxes.
But it's an a. m. Time stamp,
which makes it likely it was mailed
either from the post office itself
or from one of the 21 boxes
that has an a. m. Pick-up.
- You can cover 21

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