|The Gone Dead Train|
|Original Airdate||April 30, 2009|
The Gone Dead Train is the twenty-second episode of the ninth season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Dr. Robbins determines that a number of unsolved deaths are actually from rabies, and that they are connected to a tattoo parlor and a former medical examiner from Reno who runs it.
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- Laurence Fishburne as Raymond Langston
- Marg Helgenberger as Catherine Willows
- George Eads as Nick Stokes
- Eric Szmanda as Greg Sanders
- Robert David Hall as Dr. Al Robbins
- Wallace Langham as David Hodges
- Lauren Lee Smith as Riley Adams
- Paul Guilfoyle as Jim Brass
- Jere Burns as Dr. Shaw
- Michele Greene as Sue Schiff
- Sam Horrigan as Eric Tobin
- Cristin Michelle as Kayla Nootens
- Caryn Mower as Mrs. Darla Kelly
- Danielle Nicolet as Rhonda
- Stacey Oristano as Diana
- Ray Porter as Carl Van Goe
- Rey Valentin as Elvis Rodriguez
- Tony Collucci as Leeland Jacobs (uncredited)
- "The Dead Gone Train" is the title of a blues song recorded by King Solomon Hill in or around 1932.
- Before Ray picks up the insulin bottle, the doctor's name is listed as Dr. Lindsay. After Ray picks up the bottle and the camera zooms in on the label, the label shows Dr. Shaw instead.
- Dead Shrimp Blues - by Robert Johnson
- Baby Brother - by The White Stripes
- The Gone Dead Train - by King Solomon Hill
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