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|Writer||Larry M. Mitchell,|
|Original Airdate||September 28, 2011|
Tell-Tale Hearts is the second episode of the twelfth season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
As the CSI's investigate a quadruple homicide in a sustainable living community, three people admit to committing the murders. The CSI's now have to determine who is right. The Chambliss family is found murdered in their home. There is a lot of blood. Catherine and D.B. follow a blood trial to John Lee's house, Fiona's lover. He confesses to the murders. However, a woman named Leslie Gitig says she did it. She says to Ecklie and Brass that she and Calvin Chambliss were having an affair. He eventually stopped seeing her. She would always park outside their house. She says how she killed each member of the Chambliss family. The team retrives a gun found in a water pond at a golf course. The bullet they find does not match a bullet at the crime scene. Catherine and Russell show Leslie's picture to John,and he says she drives a Three Series Red BMW and would always sit outside the house and sit there. He said he's an awful woman. Sanders, Morgan, and Sara find drugs in a fake electric panel in Fiona's bedroom. They find prints on the cash and drugs that has a match to Lonny Gallows, who has been arrested for drug possession. They go arrest Lonny, but his father, Maurice Gallows, says he killed the Chambliss Family. He says to Brass and Nick at the Lab that his son had gotten clean in rehab, and he tried to keep him clean by putting him on his construction crew, building greenhouses in the Chambliss's neigborhood. He met Cal and got him interested in drugs again. Brass then reports that due to Mr. Gallows's confession, Leslie is out of jail and John Lee is out on bail. Russell says that the three confessions were all the same. Each of those people had motive to do harm to someone in the Chambliss family. Maurice hated Cal for getting his son in drugs again. Leslie hated Susan Chambliss for taking Cal away from her. John wanted Fiona. Catherine then finds out that John had repaired Leslie's car after a car accident. The driver of the truck she hit turns to be Maurice Gallow's truck. Nick saw some $1,000 worth of damage to Gallows' truck. Nick takes the truck while Catherine and Sanders look at Leslie's car, and Greg sees left side damage to it. They hear gunshots. They see Leslie Giting has been shot twice. Catherine finds John. He tells her that Leslie made him go there that night. She said that John could have Fiona, but she did not tell John that they had to kill her. John heard the screaming start, he heard the shooting, and it was so loud and there was so much blood. John says that Leslie said that Fiona had to die. She gave John her gun. John just couldn't do it. Leslie took her gun and shot Fiona in the head. John then came back and redressed her and tucked in her bed. John then shoots himself. The team finds the real knife and gun at Leslie's place. Maurice then says he did everything he could to get Lonny to stay out of drugs and it was working. Then, he met Cal,and Maurice was losing Lonny again. Leslie swore to Maurice that Cal would die. She lied. She began to stab Grandma. He had no choice to kill Cal. Leslie then stabbed Susan and pushed her into the shower and hit her with the towel bar. John then went for Fiona. Leslie then shot Fiona while Maurice watched it happen.
- The title of the episode comes from an Edgar Allen Poe short story entitled "The Tell-Tale Heart".
- List of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episodes
- CSI:Crime Scene Investigation Season 12
- Category:Images from Tell-Tale Hearts
|CSI:Las Vegas Season 12|
|73 Seconds • Tell-Tale Hearts • Bittersweet • Maid Man • CSI Down • Freaks & Geeks • Brain Doe • Crime After Crime • Zippered • Genetic Disorder • Ms. Willows Regrets • Willows in the Wind • Tressed to Kill • Seeing Red • Stealing Home • CSI Unplugged • Trends with Benefits • Malice in Wonderland • Split Decisions • Altered Stakes • Dune and Gloom • Homecoming|