We’ll be sure to keep you updated if the mysterious UNSUB is identified. Meanwhile, if you don’t need real life to play out like a Criminal Minds case but haven’t caught an episode in a while, it’s currently streaming in a variety of places including Netflix, which has the first 12 seasons available. Additional episodes can be caught via CBS All Access (all seasons) or Hulu (later seasons). You’ll certainly see plenty of episodes with far more grisly and terrifying crimes, but I’m not sure you’ll find many that are as double-take odd as these white envelopes with the audio files.
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