Criminal Rhymes (Season 9)

Updated on May 30, 2018

The Inspiration (Episodes 1-2)

As the team chases a suspect.

They witness a tragic event.

While a couple inside of their home.

Hears a hostage crying above their home.

But they do not know it’s a hostage.

The woman makes a plea for them to stop it.

She knocks on their door.

Then a suspicious man tells her to ignore.

To ignore what they are doing.

But really, he is deceiving.

He kills the hostage.

The team starts profiling it.

They start with the victims.

Women dead in awkward positions.

They go to dig deeper into it.

Looking for the killers INSPIRATION.

So, they travel to the crime scenes.

They find out their strategies.

They split up into groups.

After finding the killers roots.

Religion’s his inspiration.

Catching him will take patience.

Meanwhile, he looks for his next victim.

Suffering from a disease that makes him.

Makes him extremely Jealous.

While the team zooms in on his purpose.

His most recent killing.

Was a woman that was married.

They informed the woman’s husband.

While the killer kills more women.

But this time, he leaves more evidence.

The team tells the authorities.

So, they’re aware of what they are looking.

Of what they are looking for.

To find him they will need more.

More from GOD above.

The suspect’s missing love.

The suspect is really hurt.

He makes his victims suffer.

Like he’s suffering himself.

He’s really crying for help.

His brain has been taken over.

By one of the women he murdered.

That specific woman.

Was his inspiration.

The team finds that the suspect.

Just maybe the wrong suspect.

He is really a twin.

That is looking to get revenge.

Revenge on those that hurt him.

He finds the mom that put him.

Put him up for adoption.

He and his brother were separated.

The twin wants answers.

The team too wants answers.

They find that he kills again.

They also find that the twins.

The twins are working together.

Meanwhile, the twins mother.

Attempts to deceive them.

The father reveals to them.

That the mom was behind it.

She planned it all.

The team comes and ends it all.

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Who Knows where inspiration comes from?

— Amy Tan

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    © 2018 Ryan Jarvis Cornelius


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