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|Air date||September 30, 2019|
|Written by||Paul Aitken|
|Directed by||Sherren Lee|
|Guest Stars|| Patrick McKenna as Hamish Slorach|
Raoul Bhanja as Sanjay Prasad
Murdoch investigates the bizarre murder of a young woman who disappeared a decade earlier yet somehow hasn't aged a day.
- William and Julia have new neighbors.
- Detective Murdoch has had a standing directive forbidding any offical communications with Miss Cherry of the Toronto Telegraph – which Miss Hart has ignored as she answers to the Board of Control not the Constabulary.
- George's new book is rejected by publisher Deakins of Canada.
- George Crabtree has thoughts on the reason why the dead body hasn’t aged a day...
- Murdoch's Searchizer is introduced and used by Crabtree and Parker to identify the victim.
- Retired Inspector Hamish Slorach meets Special Constable Robert Parker...
- Hot off the press Toronto Telegraph's Louise Cherry...
- Julia is at a medical conference but William's new portable headphone (not wireless) helps keep him in communication with her and his hands free.
- The tension between Murdoch and Miss Hart goes into high gear when the Detective admonishes the Chief Coroner for speaking to the press where upon she retorts, "Your wife may do your bidding but I am not she." This is not the first time, Murdoch has a feud with the City Coroner (see Dr. Francis).
- The Röntgen Machine was first introduced in Dinosaur Fever and again used in Murdoch of the Living Dead.
- This episode takes place in Toronto 1907 – Edward VII (Albert Edward;1841-1910) is King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas.
- In 1883, the Parisian police adopted Alphonse Bertillon's anthropometric system, called signaletics or bertillonage, identifying individuals by measurements of the head and body, shape formations of the ear, eyebrow, mouth, eye, etc., along with individual markings such as tattoos and scars, and personality characteristics.
- The X-ray was discovered in 1895 by Röntgen who received the Nobel Prize in Physics for its discovery in 1901.
- Neither Detective Watts nor Dr. Julia Ogden appear in this episode.
- When talking about his book with Robert Parker, George alludes to plot line in Sir. Sir? Sir!!!.
- Murdochians will recognise recasted actors Joris Jarsky, Lindsey Connell, and Paul Braunstein who was Arlen Pike in Murdoch of the Klondike, along with Nadine Roden who first appeared last season in Sins of the Father.
Joris Jarsky as Bertie Smothers
Lindsey Connell as Doris Smothers
Paul Braunstein as Raymond Huckabee
Jonelle Gunderson as Goldie Huckabee
Sava Drayton as Norman
Nadine Roden as Rose
Jenna Warren as Nancy
James Dunn as Newsboy
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