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“Victims”: Her apartment is so crowded with ghosts that, for the first time since she can remember, Benson stays at someone else’s place for the night. They send policemen to Central Park to chase people off benches like they are pigeons, or the homeless. “Runaway”: The girl-with-bells-for-eyes sends Benson into every borough. When she looks through the windshield, she sees a teenage boy in the passenger seat, eyes closed. There are dark curves under his eyes, sacs the color of bruised apples. No prints, though.” Stabler thinks that the girl looks a little like his wife’s high school photo. Benson refuses and begins to burn sage in her apartment. “Tell me about the night with the aliens,” says Stabler. ” shouts Stabler, clutching an intern by his shirt collar. She is beginning to memorize the murals, the water stains, the smells. Back in her apartment, the girl-with-bells-for-eyes tries to tell Benson a story. The taxi driver slams on his brakes, his bumper stopping a hairswidth from Benson’s shins. As clearly as if he is watching a movie, he sees her in two years’ time, swatting a boyfriend’s hands away in a backseat, harder and harder. “Counterfeit”: “You don’t understand,” says Father Jones to Benson. ” “Execution”: The medical examiner pulls back the sheet from the dead girl’s face. “Your murderer pressed their thumbs into the girl’s windpipe until she died. In the end, Stabler discovers that the stolen identity of the man in question was also stolen, and he and Benson have to begin the investigation all over again. When he investigates the basement, it sounds like it’s coming from outside. That night, as he unsuccessfully tries to sleep, Stabler begins to hear a strange noise. “A Single Life”: Emily couldn’t bear getting dressed alone anymore. The unlocked front door, through which any neighbor could wander, would have been an afterthought, but there was no thought, after. Not sure who I was thinking about when I had sex with my wife tonight.” “Secrets”: The girl-with-bells-for-eyes tells Benson to go to Yonkers. I walked past them and ran my fingers over their loops and whorls, and then my fingers smelled like metal.” “Yes,” said Stabler. “Do you know how many benches there are in Central Park? For the first time in a while, Benson thinks about Stabler. She will not eat it while she gnaws on chewy French toast in the Styrofoam container from the diner. “Monogamy”: Stabler wakes up one night to find his wife staring at the ceiling, tears soaking the pillow next to her head. “Protection”: Benson crosses the street without looking. She has fallen to the ground and is clutching her ankle, crying.
” “Manhunt”: Stabler has determined that he is not even a little bit gay. The girl-with-bells-for-eyes stands over her, like a mother. Stabler wants to stop, but he has long since learned to choose his battles. He presses the muscles at the hinge of his jaw and cracks it. “Ridicule”: Benson does her twice-monthly grocery trip. “Chat Room”: Convinced that her teenaged daughter is in danger from cyber predators, a father takes a crowbar to the family computer. Hit that guy harder than I meant to.” His wife comes up behind him and rubs his shoulder idly before crawling into bed. Will probably not tell her tomorrow.” “Nocturne”: The ghost of one of the murdered, misburied underage models begins to haunt Benson. Benson and Stabler wake up, their hands on each other’s cheeks, both wet with tears. She changes into the spare set of clothes she keeps in the trunk. He throws the remaining pieces into the fireplace, strikes a match. “Contact”: Stabler discovers that his wife believes she saw a UFO, back when she was in her early twenties. She has bells for eyes, tiny brass ones dangling from the top of each socket, the hammer not quite touching the cheekbone. She stands over Benson’s bed, the right bell tinkling faintly, and then the left, and then the right again. Benson starts sleeping with a crucifix and pungent ropes of garlic because she does not understand the difference between vampires and murdered teenagers. season 2 “Wrong is Right”: Benson wakes up in the middle of the night. She throws it in a garbage can and it hits the empty bottom, wet and heavy. It splits open like a body that’s been in the Hudson.
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“Stalked”: Benson and Stabler aren’t allowed to notch any of the precinct’s furniture, so they each have their own private system. And I was breathing deeply and it felt healthy, healthy and right to be walking through that night.” Stabler hears the drumming again. She gets out of bed and tries to push them away, but her hands and upper body go through both of them as if they are nothing. She remembers being eight and kneeling before the humidifier in her room, taking in the steam like it was the only way she could drink.