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The Creepiest Crime Scene From CSI Season 14

When "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" debuted in 2000, it delved into subject matter few primetime procedurals would dare tread. The series wasn't afraid to dive into the depraved nature of humanity and showcase some genuinely horrific crime scenes that demanded your attention and drew you into the plot from the very first frame.

One terrifying example of this is serial killer Ian Moone, a.k.a. Sqweegel, who popped up in "CSI" Season 11 as a disturbing vigilante, killing those he thought deserved to die for harboring horrific secrets. His presence on the show was enough to creep under your skin and have you double-lock your door at night, but he's far from the only one who ended up giving viewers nightmares. 

Season 14, the penultimate season of "CSI," didn't slack in the horror department, as plenty of disturbing crime scenes manifested. However, one takes the cake over all of the others.

The crime scene on Season 14's Consumed is hard to stomach

Murder is nothing new for fans of "CSI." However, when cannibalism comes into the mix, it's enough to make your stomach churn, and that's precisely what happened on the Season 14 episode, "Consumed." 

The plot kicks off when Nick (George Eads) and Greg (Eric Szmanda) receive what they believe to be an absurd story of a cannibal on the loose in Las Vegas. Things quickly take a dark turn when a fetish performer's corpse winds up next to the body of a fan with multiple stab wounds around the stomach as well as bites taken out of her. It's a grotesque scene, and it's only made worse when the camera pans to the fan's body, who's missing an arm. Morgan Brody (Elisabeth Harnois) suggests the cannibal didn't have an appetite for him until Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox) points to a nearby bag and offers, "Apparently, he bagged Dennis' arm to-go."

There are certain lines humanity isn't meant to cross, and seeing cannibalism depicted on CBS was probably enough to turn some fans' stomachs upside-down. With that being said, it was far from the first time cannibalism had been shown on the series, as Season 1 had Dr. Susan Hillridge (Alicia Coppola), who was also known for killing and consuming body parts of her victims. Suffice to say, "CSI" isn't necessarily a show you want on in the background when you sit down for lunch.