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The Creepiest Crime Scene From CSI Season 4

"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" is a crime show stacked to the brim with gruesome and spine-chilling murder scenes that are solved or attempted to be solved by a team of highly trained forensic investigators. The series first hit screens in 2000 and became one of the most popular shows on television before ending in 2015, after 337 episodes.

Each episode shows one or more murder cases and usually bloody crime scenes as members of Gil Grissom's (William Peterson) unit promptly get to work dissecting every inch of the area, looking for evidence. The show's incredible popularity became the inspiration for multiple spin-offs, including "CSI: Miami" and "CSI: New York," which follow new investigators in new cities within the same CSI universe.

"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" isn't a show to be taken lightly, as it has many episodes that follow horrific crimes and feature brutal murderers; naturally, these come with content that isn't for the faint of heart. While each episode has its own unique story to tell, some have crime scenes that are downright eerie. One particular scene is so dark that it may be the creepiest in all of Season 4.

The crime scene on Season 4's Homebodies is considered shocking

In Season 4, Episode 3 of "CSI," "Homebodies," Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox) and Nick Stokes (George Eads) are investigating a case of an attack on a young teenage girl, Suzanna (Jeanette Brox), and in the process learn that there isn't just one, but two attackers. Police bring in the attackers for identification, but Suzanna freezes up and can't make the ID. Because of this, one attacker goes free.

The episode ends with a crime scene, and we learn that the victim is none other than Suzanna. She has been killed, presumably by her original attacker. It's a final scene that has surprised fans. "The ending of this episode was shocking. I won't give away any details, but I certainly didn't expect that," user Brueggemantami wrote on IMDb.

The episode left viewers creeped out at the idea of an attacker coming back a second time, and although it doesn't actually show the killer getting arrested, fans like u/chessterr27 on Reddit like to think that maybe he was caught later on. "For a long time I thought this was an unsolved/open ended episode with a really unsatisfying conclusion, but on a recent rewatch I realized that the look on Grissom's face at the end strongly implies he uses his forensic super powers to bust the villains," their comment read.

With those observations in mind, the ending of "Homebodies" may just feature the creepiest crime scene in Season 4 of "CSI."