Criminal Minds Sneak Peek: Killed by a Klingon?!

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Beware the number 13!

Coming up tonight on Criminal Minds Season 13 Episode 13, the BAU is called to investigate a series of D.C. homicides where cryptic messages are found inside the mouths of each victim.


In our exclusive clip, JJ and Matt are getting the details on the latest victim.

While JJ sucks in her breath at how the victim looks, the coroner details the 36 (!!) wounds may look ghastly, but they're mostly superficial, none of them more than four inches deep.

At which point I think, four inches is plenty deep for my superficiality. That would go halfway through my body. Superficial? Do you need to be stabbed clean through to make a coroner take notice? Geez.

Anyway. The photographer says something that I can't help but think will have something to do with the perpĀ in this case.


When she sees the weapon Matt suggests might have done the damage, a Japanese knife of sorts, the photographer says it looks like a Bat'leth, a traditionalĀ Klingon weapon.

As if murderers aren't already weird enough, what are the odds some dude is living out his fantasies as a Klingon in addition to the cryptic clues and deaths in his wake?

The only way we're going to find out is to watch Criminal Minds online or live on CBS when it airs tonight at 9/8c.

You were going to do it already, I'm certain, but after you check out the clip below, you'll be even more interested in tuning in.

Oh, and the entire team will be in on the action. I kid you not, they even took a group photo to mark the occasion. Maybe you'll see it in our Criminal Minds review after the airing!

Don't forget, tune into CBS tonight at 9/8 for Criminal Minds, and stick around for SEAL Team afterward!

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That is definitely not Klingon.

Coroner's assistant

"It is impossible to suffer without making someone pay for it; every complaint already contains revenge." -- Friedrich Nietzsche