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This program is captioned live. I'm Allison langdage.I'm Michael - - Langdon. I'm Michael Usher. I'm Liz Hayes. And I'm Liam Bartlett. The most extraordinary encounter between man and beast you'll ever see. Underwater -Here goes.And face to face with wild crocodiles. They bite first. Ask questions later.They call it science.I'm not sinceing a crocodile.But it's incredibly dangerous.Anyone who thinks I'm crazy, maybe they're right.Spaelgts when you get this place -- Especially when you get this place. They're God's angels. There is nothing better than staring down a demon.The exorcists who are young, beautiful -You get forceful with the cross.And battling the devil.The power of God working through us.And -This is our underwater world.He is the last great explorer.People say what is your greatest discovery? I say it's the one I'm about to make. Join Bob Ballard.Let's go.On the ultimate underwater adventure. We're here to fine lost chapters of human history.He found the 'Titanic'. Now he's on the verge of another major discovery.We're closing in. This is far more important than finding the 'Titanic'. I think we hit the home run here, folks.Those stories coming up tonight on '60 Minutes'. This program is not captioned. (SINGS) # In history's page # Let every stage # Advance Australia fair # In joyful strains... #
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coming up tonight on '60 Minutes'.
You're about to witness an underwaterdruma that is quite simply mind-blowing. A face to face encounter with a 4.5 metre wild crocodile. There are no cages here, no guns, no tranquilisers, just one brave diver and a giant prehistoric man-eater. Dangerous? Absolutely. This isn't some kind of extreme sport. This is scientific research in the scariest laboratory on earth. You're watching an underwater meeting of the most extraordinary kind. Man coming face to face with a very alive, very aware crocodile. There's no doubt your brain suddenly starts to think, "Adam, what's going on here? In the water with a wild crocodile."Dr Adam Britton is studying crocs in a way no-one ever thought possible.Your entire body is telling you there is something wrong with this situation. "Get out now."Whether things do go wrong, it can be deadly. -- when things do go wrong, it can be deadly.It is always possible a crocodile in a situation like this might figure out perhaps we might be worth tasting to see whether we're worth chewing on.For those who say you're crazy and this is madness, what's your answer?I think anyone who thinks I'm crazy, maybe they're right. At the end of the day, well, I don't know.The setting for this crazy tango between man and one of the world's most vicious predators is the Okavango Delta in Botswana. Home to the Nile crocodile. What a ride. It is also home for wildlife documentary makers Brad and Andi Bester. They have been diveing in the Delta for years but always udstsly avoiding the local -- studiously avoiding the local crocodiles.The crock dool came out of a cave. It was just a dark area and came out tirified in between Brad and I. It went right in between us and settled on the sand next to us. That's the first time we saw one.The croc lying there facing away from us. We were thinking, "What do we do?" We just lay there. And have a look.Really? You thought, "Let's go and have a look?" Brad and Andi had stumbled upon an extraordinary discovery. The ferocious crocodile could be a totally different creature when underwater.There are a number of things that really changed our perception of crocodiles. We didn't realise they were timid underwater and by nature they're quite timid. And they're not mindless killing machines.This reptilian revelation is thanks to the unique conditions in the Okavango Delta. The world's largest inland delta is stinking hot in summer but come winter an icy chill arrives, dramatically slowing the metabolism of these cold-blooded killers.Diving with crocodiles essentially couldn't have happened anywhere else in the world that I kneof. It's the one place where the temperatures drop right down to a point where the animal virtually shuts down. They're not so hungry?They're very slow and sluggish.For Darwin-based researcher Adam Britton, the prospect of actually diving with crocs was an unbelievable breakthrough. When Brad and Andi invited him to Botswana, he jumped at the chance, albeit it a healthy dose of apprehension.When I was first putting on my scuba gear and the tankthality very first time when I was in the boat, my heart was in my mouth. I thought, "What if they're wrong or the chances of this going wrong are sufficiently high that I'll be the guy that actually has the unpleasant encounter?In freezing winter temperatures, we head out to witness this unbelievable business of diving with crocs. But first we have to find them.A bit of a cat and mouse game. It's a real challenge to find them.What are you looking for? Any place looks like it could have a croc.You definitely have to see the animal on the bank. I'm looking for ones that are basking, trying to get warm.We find one. There's a dentist's delight just there. This is when things get really tricky. When we approach, it disappears. The tension onboard begins to build. Got to stick together, hey?Yep.We can settle. If there's a problem, there's time to get out.This is quite a critical time. The time between spotting a croc and getting into the water. Brad estimates he has something like six minutes before a croc starts to view he and his team as prey.They can see. They can hear. They can feel vibrations. They- a good sense of taste. -- they have a good sense of taste. They bite first, ask questions later.When man and crocodile come face to face, it is an extraordinary moment. Who do they think you are down there?We could bea large fish, that's too large to catch. We could be a hippo, that they want to stay away from. It could be another crocodile. A log drifting down the river. It's not necessarily something that Willoughby a threat to them. They dont see it as food. There's not the kind of situation they would normally associate with feeding. Since their first encounter five years ago, Brad and Andi have dived hundreds of times without so much as a scratch. Although there have been some heart-stopping moments. Crocs have swam in to us.Swum in to you? Hit you?Straight into the port.I think these crocs are observing us and one day they're going to turn around and say, "Now I'm on to you." It does make me a bit weary.It's quite funny. The easier ones to interact with are the bigger ones because they're less threatened by what's in the ware. They're more complacent.Did you ever think you'd be cuddling up to a croc?It's a weird thing. To see that side of them is totally different.There is another way to get close to Botswana's crocs at night. Believe it or not, they're more easily spotted.That call means, "Help, I'm being attacked." Whatever is attacking the baby croc. There's a possibility the adult female, or possibly the male is responsible for this guy hanging around.Adam's conducting a 3-year genetic study which means he has to examine as many Nile crocodiles as possible and in some very intimate ways. I am not sensing oo crocodile. -- sexing a crocodile. This is how tissue samples are taken. Hard enough when it's a baby. Next to impossible when it's a fully-grown monster. Now Adam believes he can do what no-one thought possible - take DNA from the big crocs underwater.The first time I got close enough to the tail of a crocodile, I thought let's try picking up the tail. The crocodile was completely oblivious to this. I thought if I can pick up the tail, I can take a tissue sample from one of the scoots on the end. It won hurt the crocodile because it's won't hurt the crocodile because it's essentially dead skin.You could probably cut its toenails next.You probably can.So the mission begins.They're quite sharp. Have you tried cutting them?The sharper it is, the less the croc will feel it.The team spots a croc that could be Adam's first patient. Stay right there. Stay right here.

It is an astonishing sight. A scientist stalking his 4.5 metre prey. He pulls out his tweezers and scissors and misses.I just got into position and just about to snip the tail and the croc moved off.Adam tries again and in what is an amazing feat, snips the first sample ever taken from a crocodile underwater.He did it. Amazing.OK. Big croc. Must be four metres.That was awesome. Awesome. Fantastic. Absolutely stunningly beautiful. This massive crocodile picking at the tip of his tail. Moment of truth. Snip.I kaen believe you're doing this. -- can't believe you're doing this.No torturing or rolling around.Make sure I don't drop it. I'm shaking because it's so cold down there. A tissue sample from a 4-metre Nile crocodile.Weren't you a little terrified?No. Absolutely not. I was just blown away. Not the kind of thing you're going to forget any time soon.If you're wondering - no, I'm not a diver. I think you have to be mad to dive with crocs. And if you are a diver and think you'd like a slice of this action, well, forget it. Croc dive tourism is not on Brad and Andi's agenda.If you made it into a tourism thing, the reason for doing it is wrong. That can get you in to some big problems.That might be when the croc wins.That's when you will have problems.This is risk management in the extreme. Two young kids, Brad and Andi, are forever calculating the odds. For Adam Britton, the benefits to his research outweigh the potential threat to his life.What's interesting about diving with crocodiles is people's reaction to it. Most people think that's crazy. That's totally insane. When you're trying to study an animal, you have to go into the environment and look at it from the perspective that animal lives in. The reason I'm doing it because I'm convinced, knowing what I know about crocodiles and everything we do here that we can get away with it. And get away with it is what Brad and Andi hope to do for a long time to come. If either of you were to be taken by a crocodile, would we be right in thinking it was inevitable?I think a lot of people think so. Maybe it's a matter of time and we have to come across that personality.You have to go by your own judgment?You follow your har. We're not cavalier with our lives.But we have written wills. I'm glad to hear it.

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Get ready to meet some real teenage hell-raisers. Brynne, Savannah and Tess are exorcists. Armed with just a Bible, holy water and a handbag- sized cross, they fearlessly take on the forces of darkness wherever they may lurk. And nowadays that seems to be everywhere. The Catholic church is being asked to perform more exorcisms than ever before. While the girls can scarcely keep up with demand. I'll give them this much, they do put on one devil of a show. Just down the road from Hollywood, California, I'm witnessing scenes that are, well, quite incredible.

Tonight, we're inside the usually hidden and secret world of exorcisms. It's raw, confronting and at times downright weird. Minimum restraint.Put pressure on. Meet Brynne, Tess and Savannah. They are teenage exorcists.You must obey.We're trying to bring exorcism out of this dark corner people have stuffed it in to and trying to show people what it is. What exorcism is. If they can get help from things that are tormenting them, that's their goal. When you get quite forceful with that Bible and cross?Oh, yeah. Yeah.They look more like 'X- Factor' contestants than exorcists. But armed with their crosses and their Bibles, they take on the devil. Under the guidance of Brynne's father. He claims to have performed more than 15,000 exorcisms and can't keep up with demand.There has been a rise in the interest in getting exorcisms and the cases coming to me. It's absolutely astounding. There's definitely job security.Are people possessed than ever before?I do believe people are.If you believe Bob, there are demons in this room tonight.You cannot keep these people.As he settles in to his do what Jesus did seminar, more than a few in the congregation become restless.By the power of this cross you're defeated. Do you understand me, Satan - defeated. Bob Larson scans the room. He's searching for what he says is the devil in people's eyes. To my surprise, it was sitting right beside me.I resist you, Satan. Look at me. Look at me. Open your eyes and look at me. Look at me. Get ready. Get ready!

Resist it by the blood of Christ. No!

I will pierce you with the sword of the spear. You got that? I'm going to pierce you with it. You (Bleep)! How would you answer the criticism you're just a showman and this is one hell of a show?It is dramatic. I'm not thinking dramatics, it is just dramatic. It's pretty sensational when you have someone you're hanging on to and they're flailing about, screaming curses and then they come to themselves and they're a very nice ordinary person. That's pretty sensational. I don't try to make it sensational. I don't have to. It just is.Open your eyes and look at me. Open your eyes and look at me. Get up. (Bleep).That's not an answer. You hold your tongue and you give me the answer I command you to give. Come on. Put the pressure on.Over some time, Bob and his apprentices extract Cynthia's demons. They turn out to be awful truths - a rotten childhood, a teen pregnancy, a family history of abuse.Cynthia, cania look at me? Now you're filled with the Holy Spirit and the peace of God.Do you believe you have the devil inside you?Not the devil himself, but demons, yeah.Do you believe that demon has gone now?Oh, yeah. It feels like a big relief. OK. Alright.When you're looking in to someone's eyes and you can see the demon, what's that like?It's incredible. There's nothing like staring down a demon because that's when it really becomes real.They may be the 'Charlie's Angels' of exorcists but Brynne, Tess and suvena are just as comfortable talking make-up -- Savannah are just as comfortable talking make-up and music as they are with exorcisms.We're young teenage girls. It done get more radical than stkpwhrafplt when you let potential dates know you're an exorcist, what's the reaction? Really? Yeah. Surprise. That would be the best way to put it. Surprise. When you talk about it, like explain it, they kind of go, "That's neat and kind of cool." Does it scare some off?Yeah.Not many dads can say their daughter's an exorcist. Nor many daughters can say their Dad's an exorcist.I don't know if there's anybody else on the planet that can say what I say and what my daughter says. I wish there were a million more. I'm not happy I'm the only one. I wish there were more. That's my whole point.You'd like to franchise exorcism?Franchise, of course, is a harsh commercial term. Do I want to duplicate it? Absolutely. If you have demons, who you gonna call? When Bob Larson is the extravert exorcist, Catholic priest Fathers Gary Thomas fights evil quietly, discreetly. His services at this northern California diocese are deeply ritual. And he is one of the Church's few fully sanctioned exorcists.My role as an exorcist is not to say simply, "You have a demonic attachment," I have to get to the root coz of their affliction. Father Thomas was taught by the Vatican and even had his training turned in to a film, 'The Rite'. Remember the fat little bitch.

She wants to say hello.In real life, he's performed 80 exorcisms on eight people. But under strict Catholic protocol, they all happen in private. Stark contrast to Bob Larson's very public purging. Do you think he's a genuine exorcist performing real exorcisms?When people of other denominations are performing exorcisms, they're more likely to be really experiences or rituals of deliverance. They're very dangerous. They can do more harm than good. You have to know what you're doing.Some of these people could be suffering genuine menal health problems.The vast majority of people who see me have mental health problems.If somebody walked through the door now and said, "I have demons and something badly wrong with me and I need an exorcism," there's no way you would exercise them on the spot?No.I hate the devil. He messed me all up. He destroyed me. He turned me into a piece of (Bleep). I hate him.In Marie Moore's tormented mind, she was convinced she was possessed. What she needed was a psychiatrist, not an exorcist. In 2009, Marie walked into a Florida shooting range and shot her 20-year-old son, Mitchell, before killing herself. She left behind recordings saying the devil made her do it.It's when I look back how shitty I was thinking and all the negatives and how the devil got to me. He destroyed me. He made me destroy all of us.She's obviously very severely mentally ill. Now I think the demons took advantage of that. And planted these horrible thoughts in her mind. I want to make clear, demons didn't pull the trigger, she did. Demon possession is never an excuse for moral accountability. Bob insists that everyone attending his seminars must provide their mental health history. Information he and his teen exorcists apparently analyse.They're coming. Do you hear them coming?They're coming.Part of our job and education at this point is learning where that fine line is. What is the difference between someone who suffers from skits fen ruor bipolar disorder -- schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. When you know what to look for, you can tell what is a demon.They're practicing medicine without a licence. They're perhaps keeping people from getting real help when they really need serious help.So when you were preaching - Dan is an 8athist but wane always. For 19 years he -- -- wasn't always. For 19 years he was a preacher. What do you think of that time and what you were doing? I'm embarrassed. It's silly to think we could treat mental problems with demonology.There is blood. Blood.We showed Dan some of the footage from Bob Larson's seminars.It would be comical if it weren't dangerous. I mean, this woman looks like she's a somewhat mentally health woman who is playactsing and going along with it. We're watching a drama. A drama that was not just actsed out by the main actors, those phony practitioners of medicine who think they understand mental health, but also participating in thedruma where the people thin audience and people got what they came to see -- in the audience and people got what they came to see and weren't disappointed.Is this exorcism or evangelical therapy?That is very good. I don't think anybody has put it quoit that way before. It's not clinical therapy. I'm nut a licensed clinician and not trying - - not a licensed clinician and not trying to practice as much but normally they're a good kind friend and listener who hears of the pain of people and that's what I try to do.Slow down.Is she doing this right now?This is her talking. You can tell when the spirit starts to take over.Janette is in the throws of her exorcism to the point of becoming physically ill.All the way.I don't understand the psychology of what's happening here but Janette is certainly deeply affected.When I was throwing up, I felt like things came off me. Like I felt like more, like free, like a free person.Sounds creepy.But it's real.You believe that?Yeah. Yeah. Uh-huh. It's real.You have the authority to face demons and you have the command to cast them out.Bob and his girls may be unconventional and their work potentially damaging, but they're thoroughly convinced that they're helping win God's war with the devil.There's no doubt in my mind that it's a spiritual battle and it's the power of God working through us.Do you, yes or no? I'm going to keep doing what I'm doing. The establishment church of America doesn't want to hear it. They wish I'd be quiet and go away.Will you be quiet and go away?Absolutely not. I'm not going anywhere, This program is not captioned. (GRUNTS)
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You're about to embark on a grand adventure with one of our last great explorers. Bob Ballard scours the world's treasures. Using the latest technology, Bob has located scores of shipwrecks, including most famously the final resting place of the 'Titanic'. And he's not done yet. Lara Logan of American '60 Minutes' caught up with Bob Ballard in the waters off Greece where he was on the verge of yet another historic fine. To get to Bob Ballard we had -- find. To get to Bob Ballard, we had to make a journey of our own. For thousands of years, ancient mariners passed through these beautiful but treacherous waters, to the place where the Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean. Many of them didn't make it. Their ships sinking deep below, asfer as 2,000 feet down, never to be seen again. That's where we found Bob Ballard.OK. On the rise. Welcome.Thank you. His ship, the 'Nautilus' never sleeps. Ballard and his team have been out here for two weeks hunting for shipwrecks. A 17-man crew of archaeologists, scientists and engineers working in shifts around the clock.We're here to fine lost chapters of human history, chapters we've never read before.How many shipwrecks do you think are down there?In this area, I'm sure there's hundreds, if not thousands along this coast.That have never been seen?Never been seen.The 'Nautilus' is especially designed for deep sea excavation. Ballard's team uses stpesicated underwater sewner to guide -- sophisticated underwater sonar to guide them to targets.That little dot there could be anything. But you can sort of start to figure it out because they have shadows. If a ship went by like the 'Titanic', you'd get a very big targ. But then you'd have a very large shadow because it's 100 feet above the bottom. What we're looking for is not the 'Titanic', we're looking for a needle in a hay stack. We're looking for small ancient ships. Once Ballard has a target worth exploring, he sends down what he calls his big guns. These two remote-controlled vehicles, his eyes under the sea. They descend thousand dollars of feet to the target, using -- thousands of feet to the target, shedding light on a place that has always been in darkness. The drama of the hunt plays out here in Bob Ballard's command centre aboard the 'Nautilus'.150.His team is particularly interested in what they think is a wreck that they spotted with the sonar.What's the range?20 metres out.The crew is glued to the screen.Might want to come down.Pilots guide the remote- controlleded towards the -- remote- controlled vehicles towards the target.I have my fingers crossed there's an ancient shipwreck. Archaeologists stand back ready to tellble bal what he may have found. Let's go.This is the moment of discovery that still thrills Bob Ballard after half a century at sea. The anticipation. What is it? Don't know. And you come in and you think it could be this and this. And all of a sudden the veil of darkness in the deep sea, like curtains, just open and there it is. And you see it for the first times for 2,000 years or whatever. You can get used to that.How many times have you done that?Lots.What's lots?100 times or more.100 or more discoveries?Yes.Ballard has made some of the latest deep sea discoveries of our time. He found the legendary German battle ship 'Bismarck' three miles below in the Atlantic.Those are the guns and we almost hit them. We came in very low on the deck and the first thing we saw of the 'Bismarck' was a barrel of a gun coming right at us. He tracked down what's believed to be the remains of PT-109, commanded by John frbs Kennedy in World War II. The one -- F Kennedy in world twar 2. The 'Titanic' -- World War II. The 'Titanic' made him famous. Eluding the world's top undersea explorers until 1985 when Bob Ballard came along.That's the captain's bathtub.That's his bathtub.Yes. Isn't it amazing?It is kind of eerie.. It is somewhat going to a haunted house. The images we're watching are from Ballard's personal library which he opened for us. He told us what it's like to come face to face with the world's best-known shipwreck.We turned the corner and there it was right there in front of us. The bow was 60 feet into the bottom.60 feet.Up at the very edge. It hit with such power and it bulldozed so much. We rose along the side of the ship and our lights were hitting the port holes and they looked like eyes. 100 eyes, like the people who died? People looking at us.The 'Titanic' was the largest man-made moving object on earth at the time of its sinking but it was the smallest personal objects scattered across the floor of the North Atlantic that impacted Ballard the most.All that's left of human signature are their shoes and all around the 'Titanic' are pairs of shoes. Mother's shoes next to daughter's shoes. Men's shoes. Crew members. These are the tombstones. Where they died?Where they died and their buddy was laying on the bottom of the ocean and that's their tombstone.Did it take you a while before you could talk about these things?It did. I was hit by it. I wasn't expecting to be hit by it. I went in there totally under control, so to speak. And I was blown away. It was a very moving experience that I did not expect to have.The 'Titanic' brought Bob Ballard instant fame and celebrity. My mum called me the day I got home. I expected her to be off the wall like everyone else was. She said, "That was nice but it's too bad you found the 'Titanic'." I said, "What?" She said, "Your father and I are proud you and your brother went to college and got doctorates but now they'll only remember you for finding the 'Titanic'." Mothers are always right.Nearly 25 years later, Ballard is still working on his legacy.Oh, yeah.When we joined him, he had just finished searching for wrecks from the Battle of Gallipoli for the National Geographic Society where he's an explorer in residence. Then he came here to hunt for ancient shipwrecks.Along this coastline, sponge divers and recreational divers and archaeologists have found a lot of shipwrecks. No-one has been at the spot. We're much deeper. Even though you can almost reach out and touch the land, beneath us, the water is 700 feet deep. And it ges further out and out in the middle it's over 2,000 feet deep. And that's never been seen. So we're the first human beings to ever lay eyes on this part of the plan.How deep can you go?We can go to 20,000 feet, which is 98% of the world's ocean.Bob Ballard used to go down in submarines. Not anymore. He sends his remote-control vehicles instead. Hercules and Argus. He pioneered the use of these vehicles for undersea exploration. Hercules with its array of cameras and Argus which hovers above it in the water. Its 24 hundred watts of light penetrating the gloom. We watched them on the hunt as they moufbed in on the targeted site that had caught Ballard's -- moved in on the targeted site that had caught Ballard's attention.Keep going. I think we hit a home run here, folks. Got it. It's an ancient shipwreck. I love it! I love it.There she blows.Now we go back here and they start telling us what they foun. What did we get?I could tell by the anchor it was a Byzantine. Nobody had laid eyes on this ship for around 1400 years. Hercules glided over the wreck site. The ancient cargo piled six feet high. The hull biried beneath the sand. Two handles are different.This is a nice shot.These well-preserved ceramic containers were typically used to transport wine and oil. The last time they were on dry land, Constantinople was the centre of the Western World.They get the hole in there.How many other such discoveries are waiting to be tripped over? I vote a lot.It may surprise you that the man who found the 'Titanic' would rarely prefer to be known for this, six foot tall tube worms, Bob Ballard found by accident on an expedition he led near the Galapagos Islands. So when you went down that day, you went down thinking the whole thing was based on the sun?We weren't even thinking about that.When you came up?We were stunned.These tube worms were 8,000 feet below the surface. Living in total darkness. Thriving off the energy of the earth, not sunlight. Something no- one in the scientific world believed possible.Because we had been told that all life on the planet owed its existence to the sun. It was the sun with the driving energy of life. So when you go into the deep sea, you don't have great concentrations of life because the sun can't get there. That's in our heads when we go down, turn the corner and it's Disneyland. Look at that. Concentration of life. And it didn't make sense to us initially.There was no doubt in your mind when you saw these.It was a discovery of massive dimensions. This is far more important than finding the 'Titanic'. The 'Titanic' we knew about. We did not know about this system. It's completely rewritten biology books. For many people, this is where life began on earth. The oceans cover more than 70% of the earth. But most of that has never been explored.The deep sea has more history in it than all the museums of the world combinned. And we're only now entering this great museum of the deep.One of the things we noticed about Bob Ballard as we tried to keep up with him darting around his ship, he still has the enthusiasm of a man fulfilling his boyhead dream. It turn -- boyhood dream. It turns out the shipwreck he discovered during our visit was a rare find. Only one wreck from the seventh century has ever been excavated in its entirety and that was 50 years ago. This wreck appears to be better preserved. And archaeologists are excited by the possibility that it could shed new light on one of the most important periods in maritime history. In all these years, is it the same passion now?Oh, yeah. That inspires you.Yes. Of course. And discovery is an unbelievable feeling.And it never loses its magic?No. When people say what is your greatest discovery? And I say it's the one I'm about to make. This program is not captioned. VOICEOVER: Quitting smoking
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(INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS)

(WHISPERS INDISTINCTLY) (NORMAL VOICE) SOPHIE. MM. DO YOU THINK YOU COULD
PERSUADE YOUR SISTER TO MAKE AT LEAST
A TOKEN APPEARANCE? I DOUBT IT. PLEASE TRY. SURE, MOM. OKAY. (WHISPERS) OH, HOW ARE YOU?
GOOD TO SEE YOU.

(KNOCKS ON DOOR)

ABS?

ABS? ABBY, ARE YOU AWAKE?

(GASPS) OHH! (GASPS) AAH! (SOBS)

YEAH.
ALL RIGHT. ALL RIGHT. I'M HEADING THROUGH
THE FRONT ENTRANCE RIGHT NOW. WHAT'S YOUR 20?

HEY, BOSS. VICTIM'S NAME IS AUSTIN MARR.
23. MULTIPLE STAB WOUNDS. KILLED IN THE GUESTHOUSE
LAST NIGHT AROUND 2:00 A.M. WHAT'S WITH ALL THE SECURITY? WELL, THE HOUSE BELONGS
TO A FEDERAL JUDGE NAMED PAULINE FITZWILLIAM. HER MOTHER JUST DIED. LOT OF
V.I.P.S ARE HERE FOR THE WAKE. STIFF SECURITY FOR A WAKE. WHERE'S JANE? WHO KNOWS? HE CAN CATCH UP
WHEN HE GETS HERE. (METAL DETECTOR BEEPS,
KEYS CLANK) (INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS) I WAS LOOKING FOR ABBY. I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW
AUSTIN WAS IN THE HOUSE. HE DOESN'T LIVE HERE? NO. HE'S ABBY'S BOYFRIEND. (SNIFFLES)
HE'S SWEET AND GENTLE. WHO WOULD DO THIS TO HIM?
(CRIES) I NEED YOU TO STAY
WITH ME, SOPHIE. OKAY. (EXHALES DEEPLY) DOES AUSTIN HAVE FAMILY
IN THE AREA? NO. (SNIFFLES) SOPHIE, DO YOU KNOW
WHERE AUSTIN WORKS? I'M NOT SURE. HE'S... HE'S AN ILLUSTRATOR
FOR CHILDREN'S BOOKS. AND HOW WAS
HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH ABBY? THEY WERE IN LOVE. AUSTIN TREATED HER
LIKE GOLD. WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME
YOU SAW YOUR SISTER? YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. WHERE IS SHE?
WHAT'S HAPPENED TO HER? THAT'S WHAT WE'RE TRYING
TO FIGURE OUT. WE'LL LET YOU KNOW AS SOON
AS FIND ANYTHING OUT. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME. BUT SHE'S OKAY, RIGHT?
'CAUSE SHE'S MY BABY SISTER. WE'LL LET YOU KNOW.
(WHISPERS) OKAY.

I TALKED TO SECURITY. THEY SAY THEY'VE GOT A SEALED
PERIMETER AROUND THE ESTATE. NO ONE GOES IN OR OUT
UNLESS IT'S THROUGH THEM. ABBY CAME IN YESTERDAY MORNING
AT 8:40, BUT THERE'S NO RECORD THAT SHE LEFT. SO SHE'S STILL IN THE HOUSE? THAT'S THE THING. LOCAL P.D. AND SECURITY
SEARCHED THE PROPERTY-- EVERY BUILDING, EVERY ROOM.
THEY CAN'T FIND HER ANYWHERE. WELL, MAYBE SHE LEFT
WITH SOMEONE. SECURITY'S SAYING NO.
THEY CHECK EVERYONE THAT LEAVES. THEY EVEN SEARCH THEIR CARS. SO ABBY'S MISSING, BUT SECURITY
SAYS SHE NEVER LEFT? I WAS HAVING
SUCH A GOOD DAY. CHO, CHECK OUT AUSTIN--
HOME, WORK, OTHER FRIENDS. VAN PELT, GET WITH SECURITY.
I WANT THE NAMES OF EVERYBODY WHO WAS ON THE PROPERTY
AT THE TIME OF DEATH, AND I WANT TO TALK TO 'EM.
ON IT. UH, AND IF YOU SEE JANE,
TELL HIM HE'S OFFICIALLY TARDY.

ALL METALS ITEMS
IN THE PLASTIC BINS. (BEEPS) UH, I'M WITH CBI. I'M IN A HURRY.
I'M JUST GONNA GO AROUND. WHOA, WHOA, WHOA, WHOA, WHOA.
WHERE'S YOUR BADGE? YOU JUST GRABBED MY ARM. OH,
MAYBE YOU DIDN'T HEAR ME. MARCUS WHITESIDE--SECURITY CHIEF
HERE. WHERE'S YOUR BADGE? THAT'S MY BADGE.
OKAY, THEN. NOW GO THROUGH THE GATE.
WHERE'S YOUR BADGE? ARE WE GONNA HAVE
A PROBLEM HERE? NO. NOT AT ALL.
I'M JUST ASKING. THROUGH THE GATE. I'M ONE OF THE GOOD GUYS HERE, MAN.
I'M--I'M HERE TO HELP. FAMILY, FRIENDS, CBI--EVERYONE
GOES THROUGH THE GATE. GOT IT? I GOT IT. THAT MEANS YOU GO
THROUGH THE GATE, TOO? ABSOLUTELY. OKAY. THEN... MARCUS, PLEASE,
BE MY GUEST. AFTER YOU. THE LEAST I COULD DO. (GUN CLATTERS) (JANGLES KEYS) (SIGHS) (BEEPS)

HMM. (CLATTER)

(CLINKS) (BEEPS) (KEYS JANGLE) UH, YOU KNOW, I-I MAY... CAN I JUST... PLEASE?
THANK YOU. (KEYS CLATTER) MM.

SEEMS TO BE WORKING. (KEYS JANGLE) (BEEPS) ###

COME ON. I WANT A BITE.
COME ON. JUST GIVE ME A BITE. NO. YOU DON'T DESERVE IT.
I JUST WANT ONE BITE. WELL, MAYBE I'M JUST GONNA
HAVE TO TAKE IT THEN. THEN TAKE IT. NO? (KISSES)
(CHUCKLES)

I LOVE YOU SO MUCH.
I LOVE YOU, TOO. OH. YOU HEAR THAT?
SHE LOVES ME. (CHUCKLES)
(KISSES) (INHALES DEEPLY) I KNOW
WHAT'S HAPPENED HERE. WHAT'S THAT, JUDGE? THREE MONTHS AGO I SENTENCED
A MAN NAMED RAYMOND TUBBS TO 40 YEARS
WITHOUT PAROLE. HE'S A WHITE SUPREMACIST,
RUNS A GANG THAT'S BEEN ROBBING BANKS
UP AND DOWN THE COAST. MR. TUBBS SWORE HE WOULD
KILL ME AND MY FAMILY, SO OBVIOUSLY
SOMEONE WORKING FOR HIM KILLED POOR AUSTIN AND TOOK ABBY. BUT YOUR SECURITY TEAM SAYS
NOBODY ENTERED THE COMPOUND. WELL, THEY ALSO SAID
ABBY MUST STILL BE HERE, AND THEY'VE SEARCHED
AND HAVEN'T FOUND HER, SO OBVIOUSLY THEY'RE WRONG
IN SOME RESPECTS. WHERE'S TUBBS DOING TIME? FOLSOM.
THAT DOESN'T STOP HIM. LAST MONTH HE SENT
A MEMBER OF HIS GANG TO BREAK INTO OUR HOUSE. THAT'S WHEN
WE STEPPED UP SECURITY. DID YOUR FORENSICS GET ANYTHING
FROM THE CRIME SCENE? MA'AM, WE PREFER NOT TO GIVE
DETAILS OF OUR INVESTIGATION UNTIL IT'S COMPL-- AGENT, I WAS A D.A.
FOR 12 YEARS. I CAN PICK UP THE PHONE
AND FIND OUT WHAT YOU'VE GOT, OR YOU CAN JUST TELL ME. PARTIAL PRINTS ON THE MURDER
WEAPON AND AUSTIN'S BLOOD. WE'RE RUNNING IT NOW. FINE. YOU'LL FIND THAT IT BELONGS
TO SOMEONE WORKING FOR TUBBS. YOU TRACK HIM,
YOU WILL FIND ABBY. WE'LL LOOK INTO TUBBS, BUT THERE ARE OTHER AVENUES
TO EXPLORE. SUCH AS? MA'AM,
I-IN A MATTER OF COURSE, WE LOOKED
INTO ABBY'S BACKGROUND. SHE HAS ISSUES
WITH DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE. HAD ISSUES.
SHE'S BEEN CLEAN FOR MONTHS, AND WHAT HAS THAT TO DO
WITH THIS SITUATION? PARENTS AREN'T ALWAYS THE FIRST
TO KNOW ABOUT A RELAPSE, AND DRUG DEALERS ARE
DANGEROUS COMPANY. ABBY WAS CLEAN AND SOBER.
AND AUSTIN? HE WAS THE SAME. AND HOW WAS
THEIR RELATIONSHIP LATELY? IT WAS GOOD. THERE WERE WOUNDS
ON HIS FACE-- FINGERNAIL SCRATCHES, WHICH SUGGESTS
HE HAD A FIGHT WITH A FEMALE SHORTLY BEFORE
HE WAS KILLED.

ARE YOU SUGGESTING THAT ABBY FOUGHT
WITH AUSTIN AND THEN KILLED HIM? LIKE I SAID, MA'AM,
OTHER AVENUES TO EXPLORE. AGENT, IF MY DAUGHTER
COMES TO HARM BECAUSE YOU FRITTERED AWAY
YOUR TIME LOOKING
INTO HER PERSONAL LIFE, YOUR CAREER IS OVER. DO YOU UNDERSTAND ME?

MA'AM,
I UNDERSTAND YOUR DISTRESS DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME, BUT WE'LL GO WHEREVER
THIS INVESTIGATION TAKES US. IT'S MY DUTY.

AH.

CAN I HELP YOU? WELL, THAT DEPENDS. WHO ARE YOU? ED SABAN. UH, I JUST...
OH. AND YOU ARE? PATRICK JANE, CBI. OH, I-I SPOKE WITH
ONE OF YOUR COLLEAGUES-- UH, VAN PELT, I BELIEVE. DOES THAT MEAN YOU'VE HAD
ENOUGH OF QUESTIONS? UH...N-NO.
THAT--THAT'S NOT WHAT I-- GOOD.
WHERE WERE YOU LAST NIGHT? UH... HERE. UH, I-IN BED. I... I WAS TIRED
FROM WORKING ALL DAY AND TOOK A SLEEPING PILL. (CRUNCHES) HMM. I'M NOT ACTUALLY A COP. I'M WHAT YOU, UH,
WOULD REFER TO AS A... CONSULTANT. OH. (CHUCKLES) FUNNY. NO. YOU HAVE
A DISTINCTLY MEDICAL AIR. ARE YOU A FAMILY DOCTOR? UH, ETHEL'S. I, UH, I TOOK CARE
OF HER THE LAST YEAR OR SO. OOPS. ETHEL WAS 93. I THINK,
ALL THINGS CONSIDERED, WE GAVE HER
A REASONABLY PEACEFUL END. MM. SO WHAT DO YOU THINK'S
HAPPENED TO ABBY? WHO? ABIGAIL FITZWILLIAM--
UH, ETHEL'S GRANDDAUGHTER. OH, ABBY. YEAH.
WHAT ABOUT HER? SHE'S MISSING, I-ISN'T SHE? IS SHE?
DO THE POLICE KNOW? YOU'RE JOKING AGAIN. YES. (CHUCKLES)
(CHUCKLES) HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE
ABBY? OH, UH... A GOOD-HEARTED YOUNG WOMAN. FULL OF LIFE. VIVACIOUS. (CELL PHONE RINGS) OH. UH, EXCUSE ME.
I HAVE A... (RING)
UM, PLEASE? OH. UH... (CLEARS THROAT) LISBON, HELLO. JANE, WHERE ARE YOU? I'M JUST TALKING WITH
THE FAMILY DOCTOR HERE. HE SAYS OUR MISSING GIRL IS AN UNSTABLE NYMPHOMANIACAL
STONER. INTERESTING, NO? UH, I DIDN'T SAY THAT. YES, YOU DID.
YOU PRACTICALLY SCREAMED IT. I'M AT THE FRONT DOOR NOW.
MEET ME HERE. YEAH. I-I'LL BE RIGHT THERE.
THANKS FOR YOUR TIME.

(PATRICK)
NO SIGN OF THE GIRL? (LISBON) NO, AND THE SECURITY
PEOPLE SAY SHE COULDN'T HAVE POSSIBLY LEFT THE PROPERTY
WITHOUT THEIR KNOWLEDGE. WE SHOULD SEE IF SHE WAS SLEEPING WITH
ANY OF THE SECURITY PEOPLE. IT'S A THOUGHT. AND THE MOM SAYS NEO-NAZIS
STAGED A RAID, BUT SECURITY SAID NOBODY CAME ON THE PROPERTY, SO PUZZLE THAT OUT.
(BEEPS) GIVE ME A MINUTE. CHO. YEAH, I NEED YOU
TO CHECK OUT RAYMOND TUBBS. HE'S IN FEDERAL PRISON
IN FOLSOM. YEAH, TALK TO HIM, SEE WHAT HE
KNOWS ABOUT THE FITZWILLIAMS. ALSO, DID YOU GET ANYTHING ON
THOSE FINGERPRINTS? LET ME KNOW. OKAY. MINUTE'S UP.
WHAT'S THE ANSWER? THAT WAS NOT A MINUTE. THAT WAS
LESS THAN 30 SECONDS, EVEN. YOU ARE SOMETHING ELSE. AGENT LISBON, YOU SAID THAT,
UM, IF YOU FOUND ANYTHING, YOU'D LET ME KNOW.
HAVE YOU? NO, SOPHIE. I'M SORRY. I GOT IT.
WHAT? YOU ASKED ME TO PUZZLE IT OUT.
I PUZZLED IT OUT. WHAT? WHAT IS IT? UH, WELL, THERE'S BEEN
NO RANSOM DEMAND, SO THAT RULES OUT ABDUCTION, LEAVES THREE OPTIONS
FOR YOUR SISTER'S DISAPPEARANCE. ONE, SHE WAS KILLED AND HER BODY
WAS REMOVED FROM THE COMPOUND. TWO, SHE WAS KILLED AND HER BODY
WAS HIDDEN ON THE COMPOUND. OR THREE, SHE KILLED AUSTIN
AND FLED THE SCENE. NO, THAT CAN'T BE. YOU'RE HIDING SOMETHING. WHAT? NO? OBVIOUSLY SOMETHING ABOUT
YOUR SISTER. WHAT IS IT? NO. OH, COME ON.
YOU CAN TELL ME. YOU DON'T KNOW ABBY.
SHE WOULD NEVER HURT AUSTIN. YOU WANT TO BELIEVE THAT, BUT YOU KNOW IT'S NOT TRUE,
DON'T YOU? YOU EVER NOTICE THAT FEELING, THAT PHYSICAL UNWELL FEELING
YOU GET WHEN YOU KNOW YOU SHOULD SAY
OR DO SOMETHING AND YOU DON'T? HEART POUNDS,
HEADACHE, BACKACHE.

YOU CAN FEEL BETTER... IMMEDIATELY... IF YOU TELL THE TRUTH...

RIGHT NOW. (INHALES DEEPLY) YESTERDAY I WENT TO
THE GUESTHOUSE TO SEE ABBY. MM-HMM. AUSTIN WAS THERE,
AND THEY WERE ARGUING. I HAVE NEVER SEEN THEM
LIKE THAT. ABBY TRIED TO LEAVE, AND AUSTIN STARTED
TO SHAKE HER, AND HE WAS YELLING AT HER
AND SHAKING HER. WHAT DID ABBY DO? SHE HIT HIM IN THE FACE. YEAH.
HE WAS BLEEDING.

THEN WHAT HAPPENED? I DON'T KNOW. I LEFT. (CELL PHONE RINGS)
(WHISPERS) EXCUSE ME. OF COURSE. WELL, THANK YOU, SOPHIE.
THAT WAS VERY VALUABLE. NOW YOU SHOULD TAKE
A LITTLE LIE-DOWN, MAYBE CATCH UP ON SOME SLEEP. (WHISPERS) OKAY. WHEN YOU WAKE UP,
YOU'RE GONNA FEEL A LOT BETTER.

THANK YOU. FORENSICS GOT A MATCH
FROM THE PRINTS FROM THE KNIFE THAT WAS USED
AS THE MURDER WEAPON. THEY'RE ABBY'S.

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(CROWN SQUEAKS) My hams are...legendary. This one. That one. Remember how I cooked
the ham last year? He's not doing that.
He's doing it his way.

WOMAN: More, more! I just love prawns. Prawn in the USA, Prawn This Way. She just sees the prawn and thinks
that's perfect the way it's made. It is perfect.
Yeah!

We are from Pavlova in Russia. But now we are here.

Put little bit from Russia and
a little bit from Australian fruit, and we love it. Got it! Not reindeer, prawndeer! (ALL APPLAUD)
Ohh! That's very good. Timer, timer. # Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday # I love you. #
Merry Christmas. Congratulations to Shane. Merry Christmas.

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YOU AND YOUR MEN SEARCHED
THE HOUSE AND THE GROUNDS. SHE WASN'T THERE?
IS IT POSSIBLE THAT THERE'S A HOLE IN THE SYSTEM? THERE ARE CAMERAS, REGULAR
PATROLS, AND MOTION SENSORS. IT'S JUST NOT POSSIBLE. WE'LL HAVE TO SEARCH
THE PLACE AGAIN IS ALL. WE MUST'VE MISSED HER.