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|Minor Character: Las Vegas|
|Occupation|| Plumbing contractor|
|Portrayed By||Ritchie Coster|
|First Appearance||Art Imitates Life|
Little about Blisterman's early life is known, but he attempted to become a famous artist, only for his works to be turned down by professionals. Some time prior to "Art Imitates Life", he tried to take part in a sculpture contest for which he made a series of sketches, but he was apparently rejected.
Season Nine Edit
Art Imitates Life Edit
This gradually drove him to snap and kill Carla Peretti, later posing her corpse next to a street pole, where her body is discovered by a jogger, who initially assumes she is still alive as she was still standing. After killing a drug addict and a homeless man and posing their corpses to make them look as if they were still alive, the CSI team realizes that a serial killer is on the loose. Blisterman later kills a couple, whose corpses are discovered by a birdwatcher. It is then discovered that he posted sketches of his victims, as well as potential ones, on an online blog, which is discovered by Riley, who spots the only sketch of a potential victim: a young boy riding on a bicycle. Through information given down by another artist, Jerzy Skaggs, the team finds Blisterman, but not before a young bicyclist goes missing, forcing Grissom to question him. Blisterman calmly tells the location of the boy before asking the team to let him die, as he feels his "art" will go unappreciated if they do otherwise. The team refuses to accept the offer and rescues the boy from death.
Blisterman targeted mostly random people and used a home-made gas chamber filled with carbon monoxide to kill them, drugging them with zolpidem beforehand to knock them out and suspending them to keep them in the positions he wanted them to be in. After the gas had killed them and froze them in full rigor, Blisterman would place them in public locations. He based their poses on a series of sketches he drew prior to his killings.
- October 22: Carla Peretti (found in a nurse uniform)
- October 23: Harley Soon (found in a runner's outfit)
- October 24: Unnamed homeless man (found in a business suit)
- October 25: An unnamed elderly couple (found in their own clothing)
- October 26: Charlie (attempted; was rescued)
- Season 9