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14th Sep '17 1:52:37 PM DrOO7
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** It really doesn't help that nursing home abuse is a ''huge'' AdultFear for many people and this episode basically confirmed it.
11th Apr '17 2:33:48 PM CollabBridge
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* The episode "Swan Song". It centers on Walker and Alex going to Utah and, accompanied by several local helpers, exhuming the found wreckage of a small plane used in an escape after a bank robbery eight years before in a small Texas town, in which the two lead robbers, Roy Cochran and Floyd Burbage, stole $3 million and killed seven people, including their accomplices and the local sheriff Tom Cates, who was Walker's friend. Upon reaching the wreckage, and climbing to the bottom of the cliff where it is, they discover the stolen money (most of which was burned up in the crash) and the skeletal remains of Cochran. However, Burbage's remains are nowhere to be found and Walker and Alex assume that he was dragged off by wild animals. They are then ambushed by a trio of opportunists who kill their colleagues and demand the $3 million. Walker tries to tell the two that the money is worthless now, but they refuse to believe him and absolve to get it one way or another. Walker manages to drive them off and he and Alex are forced to find their way back on foot. They are stalked by the trio, who now aim to kill the two to cover their crimes. Then things really take a disturbing turn -- Walker is attacked and mauled by a grizzly bear and the members of the trio, after splitting up, are stalked and savagely killed by a deranged mountain man figure, who'd been responsible from some non-animalistic growling and roaring throughout the episode. [[spoiler: The figure is Floyd Burbage, who managed to survive the plane crash, albeit with a really bad head injury (as evidenced by a make shift face plate he wears), which combined with his already vicious criminal mind and years of isolation in the wild, eventually drove him insane and turned him cannibal, as evidenced when Walker and Alex find his cave and discover the body of the trio's leader, as well as both animal ''and'' human remains. As they leave, Burbage attacks and abducts Alex. Walker confronts Burbage and fights him, but due to his injuries, he is no match for the crazed cannibal -- until the bear who mauled Walker earlier (and whom Burbage had plenty of unpleasant encounters prior) attacks and mauls Burbage to death, allowing Walker and Alex to escape and eventually make it back to civilization.]]

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* The episode "Swan Song". It centers on Walker and Alex going to Utah and, accompanied by several local helpers, law enforcement officials, exhuming the found wreckage of a small plane used in an escape after a bank robbery eight years before in a small Texas town, in which the two lead robbers, Roy Cochran and Floyd Burbage, stole $3 million and killed seven people, including their accomplices and the local sheriff Tom Cates, who was Walker's friend. Upon reaching the wreckage, and climbing to the bottom of the cliff where it is, they discover the stolen money (most of which was burned up in the crash) and the skeletal remains of Cochran. However, Burbage's remains are nowhere to be found and Walker and Alex assume that he was dragged off by wild animals. They are then ambushed by a trio of opportunists opportunists, who kill their colleagues and demand the $3 million. Walker tries to tell the two trio that the money is worthless now, but they refuse to believe him and absolve to get it one way or another. Walker manages to drive them off and he and Alex are forced to find their way back on foot.foot (as the trio had chased off their horses). They are stalked by the trio, who now aim to kill the two to cover their crimes. Then things really take a disturbing turn -- Walker is attacked and mauled by a grizzly bear and the members of the trio, after splitting up, are stalked and savagely killed by a deranged mountain man figure, who'd been responsible from for some non-animalistic animalistic growling and roaring throughout the episode. [[spoiler: The figure is Floyd Burbage, who managed to survive the plane crash, albeit with a really bad head injury (as evidenced by a make shift face plate he wears), which which, combined with his already vicious criminal mind and years of isolation in the wild, eventually drove him insane and turned him cannibal, as evidenced when Walker and Alex find his cave and discover the body of the trio's leader, as well as both animal ''and'' human remains. As they leave, Burbage attacks and abducts Alex. Walker confronts Burbage and fights him, but due to his injuries, he is no match for the crazed cannibal -- until the bear who mauled Walker earlier (and whom Burbage had plenty of unpleasant encounters prior) attacks and mauls Burbage to death, allowing Walker and Alex to escape and eventually make it back to civilization.]]
11th Apr '17 2:22:17 PM CollabBridge
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* The episode "Swan Song". It centers on Walker and Alex going to Utah and, accompanied by several local helpers, exhuming the found wreckage of a small plane used in an escape after a bank robbery eight years before, in which the two lead robbers, Red Cochran and Floyd Burbage, stole $3 million and killed seven people, including their accomplices and the local sheriff Tom Cates, who was Walker's friend. Upon reaching the wreckage, and climbing to the bottom of the cliff where it is, they discover the stolen money (most of which was burned up in the crash) and the skeletal remains of Cochran. However, Burbage's remains are nowhere to be found and Walker and Alex assume that he was dragged off by wild animals. They are then ambushed by a trio of opportunists who kill their colleagues and demand the $3 million. Walker tries to tell the two that the money is worthless now, but they refuse to believe him and absolve to get it one way or another. Walker manages to drive them off and he and Alex are forced to find their way back on foot. They are stalked by the trio, who now aim to kill the two to cover their crimes. Then things really take a disturbing turn -- Walker is attacked and mauled by a grizzly bear and the members of the trio, after splitting up, are stalked and viciously killed by a deranged mountain man figure, who'd been responsible from some non-animalistic growling and roaring throughout the episode. [[spoiler: The figure is Floyd Burbage, who managed to survive the plane crash, albeit with a really bad head injury (as evidenced by a make shift face plate he wears), which combined with his already addled criminal mind and years of isolation in the wild, eventually drove him insane and turned him cannibal, as evidenced when Walker and Alex find his cave and discover the body of the trio's leader, as well as both animal ''and'' human remains. As they leave, Burbage attacks and abducts Alex. Walker confronts Burbage and fights him, but due to his injuries, he is no match for the crazed cannibal -- until the bear who mauled Walker earlier (and whom Burbage had plenty of unpleasant encounters prior) attacks and mauls Burbage to death, allowing Walker and Alex to escape and eventually make it back to civilization.]]

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* The episode "Swan Song". It centers on Walker and Alex going to Utah and, accompanied by several local helpers, exhuming the found wreckage of a small plane used in an escape after a bank robbery eight years before, before in a small Texas town, in which the two lead robbers, Red Roy Cochran and Floyd Burbage, stole $3 million and killed seven people, including their accomplices and the local sheriff Tom Cates, who was Walker's friend. Upon reaching the wreckage, and climbing to the bottom of the cliff where it is, they discover the stolen money (most of which was burned up in the crash) and the skeletal remains of Cochran. However, Burbage's remains are nowhere to be found and Walker and Alex assume that he was dragged off by wild animals. They are then ambushed by a trio of opportunists who kill their colleagues and demand the $3 million. Walker tries to tell the two that the money is worthless now, but they refuse to believe him and absolve to get it one way or another. Walker manages to drive them off and he and Alex are forced to find their way back on foot. They are stalked by the trio, who now aim to kill the two to cover their crimes. Then things really take a disturbing turn -- Walker is attacked and mauled by a grizzly bear and the members of the trio, after splitting up, are stalked and viciously savagely killed by a deranged mountain man figure, who'd been responsible from some non-animalistic growling and roaring throughout the episode. [[spoiler: The figure is Floyd Burbage, who managed to survive the plane crash, albeit with a really bad head injury (as evidenced by a make shift face plate he wears), which combined with his already addled vicious criminal mind and years of isolation in the wild, eventually drove him insane and turned him cannibal, as evidenced when Walker and Alex find his cave and discover the body of the trio's leader, as well as both animal ''and'' human remains. As they leave, Burbage attacks and abducts Alex. Walker confronts Burbage and fights him, but due to his injuries, he is no match for the crazed cannibal -- until the bear who mauled Walker earlier (and whom Burbage had plenty of unpleasant encounters prior) attacks and mauls Burbage to death, allowing Walker and Alex to escape and eventually make it back to civilization.]]
11th Apr '17 1:20:27 PM CollabBridge
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* The episode "Swan Song". It centers on Walker and Alex going to Utah and, accompanied by several local helpers, exhuming the found wreckage of a small plane used in an escape after a bank robbery eight years before, in which the two lead robbers, Red Cochran and Floyd Burbage, stole $3 million and killed seven people, including their accomplices and the local sheriff Tom Cates, who was Walker's friend. Upon reaching the wreckage, and climbing to the bottom of the cliff where it is, they discover the stolen money (most of which was burned up in the crash) and the skeletal remains of Cochran. However, Burbage's remains are nowhere to be found and Walker and Alex assume that he was dragged off by wild animals. They are then ambushed by a trio of opportunists who kill their colleagues and demand the $3 million. Walker tries to tell the two that the money is worthless now, but they refuse to believe him and absolve to get it one way or another. Walker manages to drive them off and he and Alex are forced to find their way back on foot. They are stalked by the trio, who now aim to kill the two to cover their crimes. Then things really take a disturbing turn -- Walker is attacked and mauled by a grizzly bear and the members of the trio, after splitting up, are stalked and viciously killed by a deranged mountain man figure. [[spoiler: The figure is Floyd Burbage, who managed to survive the plane crash, albeit with a really bad head injury (as evidenced by a make shift face plate he wears), which combined with his already addled criminal mind and years of isolation in the wild, eventually drove him insane and turned him cannibal, as evidenced when Walker and Alex find his cave and discover the body of the trio's leader, as well as both animal and human remains. As they leave, Burbage attacks and abducts Alex. Walker confronts Burbage and fights him, but due to his injuries, he is no match for the crazed cannibal -- until the bear who mauled Walker earlier (and whom Burbage had plenty of unpleasant encounters prior) attacks and mauls Burbage to death, allowing Walker and Alex to escape and eventually get back to civilization.]]

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* The episode "Swan Song". It centers on Walker and Alex going to Utah and, accompanied by several local helpers, exhuming the found wreckage of a small plane used in an escape after a bank robbery eight years before, in which the two lead robbers, Red Cochran and Floyd Burbage, stole $3 million and killed seven people, including their accomplices and the local sheriff Tom Cates, who was Walker's friend. Upon reaching the wreckage, and climbing to the bottom of the cliff where it is, they discover the stolen money (most of which was burned up in the crash) and the skeletal remains of Cochran. However, Burbage's remains are nowhere to be found and Walker and Alex assume that he was dragged off by wild animals. They are then ambushed by a trio of opportunists who kill their colleagues and demand the $3 million. Walker tries to tell the two that the money is worthless now, but they refuse to believe him and absolve to get it one way or another. Walker manages to drive them off and he and Alex are forced to find their way back on foot. They are stalked by the trio, who now aim to kill the two to cover their crimes. Then things really take a disturbing turn -- Walker is attacked and mauled by a grizzly bear and the members of the trio, after splitting up, are stalked and viciously killed by a deranged mountain man figure. figure, who'd been responsible from some non-animalistic growling and roaring throughout the episode. [[spoiler: The figure is Floyd Burbage, who managed to survive the plane crash, albeit with a really bad head injury (as evidenced by a make shift face plate he wears), which combined with his already addled criminal mind and years of isolation in the wild, eventually drove him insane and turned him cannibal, as evidenced when Walker and Alex find his cave and discover the body of the trio's leader, as well as both animal and ''and'' human remains. As they leave, Burbage attacks and abducts Alex. Walker confronts Burbage and fights him, but due to his injuries, he is no match for the crazed cannibal -- until the bear who mauled Walker earlier (and whom Burbage had plenty of unpleasant encounters prior) attacks and mauls Burbage to death, allowing Walker and Alex to escape and eventually get make it back to civilization.]]
11th Apr '17 9:35:53 AM CollabBridge
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[[spoiler: The figure is Floyd Burbage, who managed to survive the plane crash, albeit with a really bad head injury (as evidenced by a make shift face plate he wears), which combined with his already addled criminal mind and years of isolation in the wild, eventually drove him insane and turned him cannibal, as evidenced when Walker and Alex find his cave and discover the body of the trio's leader, as well as both animal and human remains. As they leave, Burbage attacks and abducts Alex. Walker confronts Burbage and fights him, but due to his injuries, he is no match for the crazed cannibal -- until the bear who mauled Walker earlier (and whom Burbage had plenty of unpleasant encounters prior) attacks and mauls Burbage to death, allowing Walker and Alex to escape and eventually get back to civilization.]]

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* The episode "Swan Song". It centers on Walker and Alex going to Utah and, accompanied by several local helpers, exhuming the found wreckage of a small plane used in an escape after a bank robbery eight years before, in which the two lead robbers, Red Cochran and Floyd Burbage, stole $3 million and killed seven people, including their accomplices and the local sheriff Tom Cates, who was Walker's friend. Upon reaching the wreckage, and climbing to the bottom of the cliff where it is, they discover the stolen money (most of which was burned up in the crash) and the skeletal remains of Cochran. However, Burbage's remains are nowhere to be found and Walker and Alex assume that he was dragged off by wild animals. They are then ambushed by a trio of opportunists who kill their colleagues and demand the $3 million. Walker tries to tell the two that the money is worthless now, but they refuse to believe him and absolve to get it one way or another. Walker manages to drive them off and he and Alex are forced to find their way back on foot. They are stalked by the trio, who now aim to kill the two to cover their crimes. Then things really take a disturbing turn -- Walker is attacked and mauled by a grizzly bear and the members of the trio, after splitting up, are stalked and viciously killed by a deranged mountain man figure. [[spoiler: The figure is Floyd Burbage, who managed to survive the plane crash, albeit with a really bad head injury (as evidenced by a make shift face plate he wears), which combined with his already addled criminal mind and years of isolation in the wild, eventually drove him insane and turned him cannibal, as evidenced when Walker and Alex find his cave and discover the body of the trio's leader, as well as both animal and human remains. As they leave, Burbage attacks and abducts Alex. Walker confronts Burbage and fights him, but due to his injuries, he is no match for the crazed cannibal -- until the bear who mauled Walker earlier (and whom Burbage had plenty of unpleasant encounters prior) attacks and mauls Burbage to death, allowing Walker and Alex to escape and eventually get back to civilization.]]
11th Apr '17 9:35:04 AM CollabBridge
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* The episode centered around a nursing home. It opens with several old people in their rooms, cowering in fear as someone walks down the hallway. There's good reason to be scared: [[spoiler: The nursing home director is using the old people for dangerous, experimental drugs and all the orderlies are convicted criminals who don't mind roughing up troublesome patients.]] In one terrifying and sad scene, an old man manages to escape from the nursing home to a bus stop across the street. He tries to explain the situation to the people there, but he is too exhausted to make sense. Some orderlies come and lie that he is senile and got away from the home. The old man tries to plead with the bystanders who assure him that the orderlies are going to help him. Cut to his body in a morgue.

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* The episode centered around a nursing home. It opens with several old people in their rooms, cowering in fear as someone walks down the hallway. There's good reason to be scared: [[spoiler: The nursing home director is using the old people for dangerous, experimental drugs and all the orderlies are convicted criminals who don't mind roughing up troublesome patients.]] In one terrifying and sad scene, an old man manages to escape from the nursing home to a bus stop across the street. He tries to explain the situation to the people there, but he is too exhausted to make sense. Some orderlies come and lie that he is senile and got away from the home. The old man tries to plead with the bystanders who assure him that the orderlies are going to help him. Cut to his body in a morgue.morgue.
[[spoiler: The figure is Floyd Burbage, who managed to survive the plane crash, albeit with a really bad head injury (as evidenced by a make shift face plate he wears), which combined with his already addled criminal mind and years of isolation in the wild, eventually drove him insane and turned him cannibal, as evidenced when Walker and Alex find his cave and discover the body of the trio's leader, as well as both animal and human remains. As they leave, Burbage attacks and abducts Alex. Walker confronts Burbage and fights him, but due to his injuries, he is no match for the crazed cannibal -- until the bear who mauled Walker earlier (and whom Burbage had plenty of unpleasant encounters prior) attacks and mauls Burbage to death, allowing Walker and Alex to escape and eventually get back to civilization.]]
12th Oct '15 11:02:18 AM Tidal_Wave_17
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--> ''And if tomorrow never comes...''

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--> ''And if tomorrow never comes...''''
* The episode centered around a nursing home. It opens with several old people in their rooms, cowering in fear as someone walks down the hallway. There's good reason to be scared: [[spoiler: The nursing home director is using the old people for dangerous, experimental drugs and all the orderlies are convicted criminals who don't mind roughing up troublesome patients.]] In one terrifying and sad scene, an old man manages to escape from the nursing home to a bus stop across the street. He tries to explain the situation to the people there, but he is too exhausted to make sense. Some orderlies come and lie that he is senile and got away from the home. The old man tries to plead with the bystanders who assure him that the orderlies are going to help him. Cut to his body in a morgue.
27th Mar '15 3:41:51 PM carlhummus
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** But this is still not enough for Alex to think Victor [=LaRue=]'s gone for good. She is so freaked out from these events that when she sees the stretcher being taken away with [=LaRue=]'s cadaver covered up by sheets, he haunts her memories. Suddenly, [=LaRue=] ''[[JumpScare pops up from underneath the sheets]]'' with a ScareChord and gives her the same dead stare that he had when he was killed. Alex snaps out of this scary trance. AllJustADream... OrWasItADream The scene is made worse by the SoundtrackDissonance which actually continues into the credits and reflects the lingering impact of Victor [=LaRue=] perversions that have no doubt left their mark on Alex.

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** But this is still not enough for Alex to think Victor [=LaRue=]'s gone for good. She is so freaked out from these events that when she sees the stretcher being taken away with [=LaRue=]'s cadaver covered up by sheets, he haunts her memories. Suddenly, [=LaRue=] ''[[JumpScare pops up from underneath the sheets]]'' with a ScareChord and gives her the same dead stare that he had when he was killed. Alex snaps out of this scary trance. AllJustADream... OrWasItADream The scene is made worse by the SoundtrackDissonance which actually continues into the credits and reflects the lingering impact of Victor [=LaRue=] [=LaRue=]'s perversions that have no doubt left their mark on Alex.
18th Sep '14 10:06:46 AM carlhummus
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** But this is still not enough for Alex to think Victor [=LaRue=]'s gone for good. She is so freaked out from these events that when she sees the stretcher being taken away with [=LaRue=]'s cadaver covered up by sheets, he haunts her memories. Suddenly, [=LaRue=] ''[[JumpScare pops up from underneath the sheets]]'' and gives her the same dead stare that he had when he was killed. Alex snaps out of this scary trance. AllJustADream... OrWasItADream The scene is made worse by the SoundtrackDissonance which actually continues into the credits and reflects the lingering impact of Victor [=LaRue=] perversions that have no doubt left their mark on Alex.

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** But this is still not enough for Alex to think Victor [=LaRue=]'s gone for good. She is so freaked out from these events that when she sees the stretcher being taken away with [=LaRue=]'s cadaver covered up by sheets, he haunts her memories. Suddenly, [=LaRue=] ''[[JumpScare pops up from underneath the sheets]]'' with a ScareChord and gives her the same dead stare that he had when he was killed. Alex snaps out of this scary trance. AllJustADream... OrWasItADream The scene is made worse by the SoundtrackDissonance which actually continues into the credits and reflects the lingering impact of Victor [=LaRue=] perversions that have no doubt left their mark on Alex.
18th Sep '14 10:06:18 AM carlhummus
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** But this is enough for Alex to think he's gone for good. She is so freaked out from these events that when she sees the stretcher being taken away with [=LaRue=]'s cadaver covered up by sheets, he haunts her memories. Suddenly, [=LaRue=] ''[[JumpScare pops up from underneath the sheets]]'' and gives her the same dead stare that he had when he was killed. Alex snaps out of this scary trance. AllJustADream... OrWasItADream The scene is made worse by the SoundtrackDissonance which actually continues into the credits and reflects the lingering impact of Victor [=LaRue=] perversions that have no doubt left their mark on Alex.

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** But this is still not enough for Alex to think he's Victor [=LaRue=]'s gone for good. She is so freaked out from these events that when she sees the stretcher being taken away with [=LaRue=]'s cadaver covered up by sheets, he haunts her memories. Suddenly, [=LaRue=] ''[[JumpScare pops up from underneath the sheets]]'' and gives her the same dead stare that he had when he was killed. Alex snaps out of this scary trance. AllJustADream... OrWasItADream The scene is made worse by the SoundtrackDissonance which actually continues into the credits and reflects the lingering impact of Victor [=LaRue=] perversions that have no doubt left their mark on Alex.
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