- 1. 'They will say
that I have shed innocent blood.
- 2. What's blood for,
if not for shedding?
- 3. 'With my hook for a hand,
- 4. 'I'll split you from your groin
to your gullet.'
- 5. 'I came for you.'
- 6. It's the scariest story
I have ever heard, and it's totally true.
- 7. It happened a few years ago,
near Moses Lake, in Indiana.
- 8. Clara was babysitting
for the Johnsons,
- 9. and Billy pulls up on his motorcycle.
- 10. Now, she wasn't even
going outwith Billy.
- 11. She was actually going outwith Michael
for about six months,
- 12. but she always kind of
had the hots for Billy
- 13. cos he was, like, a bad boy.
- 14. And Michael was just so nice.
- 15. So, anyway, she decides
that tonight's the night
- 16. that she's gonna give Billy
what she never gave to Michael.
- 17. Have you ever heard of Candyman?
- 18. No.
- 19. Well, his right hand is sawn off
- 20. and he has a hook jammed
in the bloody stump.
- 21. And if you look in the mirror,
- 22. and you say his name five times,
- 23. he'll appear behind you
breathing down your neck.
- 24. You wanna try it?
- 25. 80 Billy began.
- 26. He looked in the mirror and he said...
- 27. Candyman.
- 28. Candyman.
- 29. Candyman.
- 30. Candyman.
- 31. No one ever got past four.
- 32. Not here.
- 33. Go downstairs.
- 34. I have a surprise for you.
- 35. She looked in the mirror,
- 36. and I don't know why,
- 37. but she said his name the last time.
- 38. Candyman.
- 39. She turned out the lights...
- 40. What he saw turned his hair white
- 41. Killed her,
- 42. split her open with his hook,
and then killed the baby, too.
- 43. And Billy got away,
- 44. but soon after he went crazy.
- 45. My, er... my roommate's boyfriend
- 46. So, when did you first hear this story?
- 47. My friend heard it on the radio.
It's true. Sick, huh?
- 48. The babysitter just roasted the kid,
like it was a turkey or something.
- 49. So, what's the deal?
- 50. You guys doing a page on serial killers
- 51. - Something like that.
- Well, that's it. We're done.
- 52. - Alright.
- 53. No problem.
- 54. - See ya.
- See ya.
- 55. - See ya.
- 56. Seems like they're getting younger
- 57. Does anybody remember
the craze for the pet baby alligators?
- 58. When they got too large to keep,
- 59. people flushed them down the toilet.
- 60. They live in the sewers now.
- 61. Some of them are 30-feet long.
- 62. Where did this happen?
- 63. In Miami.
- 64. They went blind and albino
from living in the dark.
- 65. (Man) Sir, it wasn't Miami,
it was New York. I read it in the paper.
- 66. - Oh, well, then it must be true.
- 67. Why would Danny and Diane both
be suffering from the same delusion,
- 68. in two cities, over 1,000 miles apart?
- 69. Let's face it, folks.
- 70. There are no alligators in the sewers.
- 71. No, it's round the campfire,
it's bedtime stories.
- 72. See, these stories
are modern, oral folklore.
- 73. They are the unselfconscious
reflection of the fears of urban society.
- 74. That's lunch.
- 75. The primordial reptile is then transformed
into this monster, right?
- 76. Why?
- 77. Ouch! That's bad...
- 78. - Ah, the dashing professor.
- The lovely wife.
- 79. Hello.
- 80. Helen, you know everybody?
The crème de la crème. Harold.
- 81. - Hi.
- Diane, Daniel, Stacey.
- 82. - Hello.
- 83. So, keep up the good work.
- 84. - Thank you for the contributions.
- Thanks. Bye.
- 85. - Awesome lecture.
- See you.
- 86. See ya.
- 87. So you wanna tell me about this girl?
- 88. What's her name? Stacey.
- 89. She could barely look me
in the eyes, Trevor,
- 90. and I swear she was blushing.
- 91. Well, I guess that's because
she's madly in love with me.
- 92. You know, all those bursting
- 93. - You don't really think...
- No, of course not.
- 94. Good. I should hope not.
- 95. So, what's the matter?
- 96. Trevor,
- 97. you promised you wouldn't do the
urban legends lecture until next semester.
- 98. You knew that Bernadette and I
were gathering data from the freshmen,
- 99. so why did you have to ruin it?
- 100. Honey, you're my wife
and I love you dearly,
- 101. but you can't expect me
to hold up their education
- 102. while the two of you complete your thesis.
I mean, be realistic.
- 103. I have a curriculum I have to follow here.
- 104. - Yes, I know.
- 105. So don't be mad at me.
- 106. 'If you look in the mirror
and say his name five times,
- 107. 'he'll appear behind you
breathing down your neck.'
- 108. - Can I clean the room?
- Oh, sure. Don't mind me.
- 109. '80 Billy began.
He looked in the mirror and he said,
- 110. ”Candyman, Candyman, Candyman..."'
- 111. Candyman, huh?
- 112. Yes, have you heard of him?
- 113. Mmm-hmm.
You doing a study on him?
- 114. Yes, I am.
What have you heard?
- 115. Everybody's scared of him
once it get dark.
- 116. He live over at Cabrini.
My friend told me about him.
- 117. Cabrini-Green?
- 118. Yeah, in the projects.
- 119. I live on the South Side,
so I don't know too much about it,
- 120. but my friend, she know all about it.
Her cousin live at Cabrini.
- 121. They say he killed a lady.
- 122. Can I talk to your friend?
- 123. Sure.
- 124. - Kitty?
- Yeah? What do you want?
- 125. Lady down here wanna talk to you.
- 126. Alright.
- 127. She comin'.
- 128. I'm Helen Lyle.
- 129. Pleased to meet you.
- 130. - And this is Kitty Culver.
- 131. Tell her what you told me
about the Candyman.
- 132. All I know was there was some lady in a tub,
and she heard a noise.
- 133. Do you remember her name?
- 134. I think her name was Ruthie Jean.
- 135. And she heard this banging
- 136. like somebody was trying
to make a hole in the wall.
- 137. So Ruthie called 911 and she said,
"There's somebody comin' through the walls."
- 138. And they didn't believe her.
- 139. - They thought the lady was crazy, right?
- 140. So she called 911 again,
and they still didn't believe her.
- 141. And when they finally got there,
she was dead.
- 142. Was she shot?
- 143. No. Erm...
- 144. She was killed with a hook.
- 145. Yeah.
- 146. It's true.
- 147. Yeah, it is.
I read it in the papers.
- 148. Candyman killed her.
- 149. Yeah, but I don't know nothing
- 150. Helen, this is sick.
- 151. This isn't one of your fairytales.
A woman got killed here.
- 152. Jesus.
- 153. That's not the half of it.
- 154. Now, that's Cabrini-Green,
not that you'd recognize it today.
- 155. Yeah, no kidding.
I won't even drive past there.
- 156. - Heard a kid got shot there the other day.
- Every day.
- 157. OK, now look carefully
at this picture.
- 158. And then this one.
- 159. You spot it?
- 160. No.
- 161. That's not Cabrini-Green.
- 162. That's this building, Lincoln Village.
- 163. My apartment was built
as a housing project.
- 164. - Yeah.
- 165. Now take a look at this.
- 166. Once it was finished,
the city soon realized
- 167. that there was no barrier
between here and the Gold Coast.
- 168. Unlike over there, where you got the highway
and the "L" train to keep the ghetto cutoff.
- 169. Exactly. So they made
some minor alterations.
- 170. They covered the cinder block in plaster
- 171. and they sold the lot off as condos.
- 172. How much did you pay for this place?
- 173. - Don't ask.
- 174. Now wait till you see this.
- 175. Here's the proof.
- 176. The killer, or killers,
they don't know which,
- 177. smashed their way
through the back of this cabinet.
- 178. See, there's no wall there.
- 179. It's only a medicine chest separating us
from the other apartment.
- 180. Hey, hey, wait! What are you doing?
There could be somebody on the toilet.
- 181. No, the apartment's vacant.
- 182. - Are you sure?
- 183. There.
- 184. OK. Now take a look.
- 185. That is amazing.
- 186. - What?
- 187. There's somebody in there.
I saw a light 90 on.
- 188. There's nobody there.
- 189. - Psych.
- That's not funny. Was not funny.
- 190. - You didn't scare me at all.
- Yeah, right.
- 191. Ow.
- 192. You don't believe
all that nonsense anyway, do you?
- 193. I don't. Do you?
- 194. No.
- 195. Alright.
- 196. Candyman, Candyman,
- 197. Candyman, Candyman,
- 198. Candyman.
- 199. - Oh, you chicken!
- 200. You have to do it five times.
Go on. Go again.
- 201. - I'm sorry...
- I did it...
- 202. Trevor?
- 203. - Why stop? What's the matter?
- Oh, Trevor!
- 204. What? Who were you expecting?
- 205. What time is it?
- 206. It's late, and I'm smashed.
- 207. Sorry I scared you.
- 208. What's with the arsenal, Bernadette?
We're only going eight blocks.
- 209. You're the one
who got us dressed up like cops.
- 210. - I just said dress conservatively.
- Yeah, we look like cops.
- 211. - Why are you trying to scare me?
- I'm not trying to scare you, Helen.
- 212. I just want you to think, OK?
- 213. The gangs hold this whole neighborhood
- 214. OK, let's just turn around then!
- 215. Let's just go back,
and we can write a nice little boring thesis,
- 216. regurgitating all the usual crap
about urban legend.
- 217. We've got a real shot here, Bernadette.
- 218. An entire community starts attributing
the daily horrors of their lives
- 219. to a mythical figure.
- 220. Now, if Trevor and Archie were in on this,
do you think they'd chicken out?
- 221. In a second.
- 222. Exactly.
- 223. Alright.
- 224. - Yo, G, what's up?
- What's up, man?
- 225. - You wanna wait here for me?
- 226. Well, then let's go.
- 227. - Check them out.
- And look the car.
- 228. (Man 1) Hey, now. Whoo!
- 229. Want somethin', baby?
- 230. I got it for you.
- 231. (Man 2) Say, yo, mama.
Come over here, baby. Come on, come on.
- 232. Yo, baby.
- 233. Which way you goin'?
- 234. Just going inside.
- 235. - Yeah?
- 236. - (Man 1) Y'all can't come up in here.
- (Man 2) Can't come up in here.
- 237. - Excuse me, y'all can't come up in here.
- Who you lookin' for?
- 238. Just going up to see a friend of ours.
- 239. Sure you're not the police, huh?
- 240. (Man 3) Look like Five-O to me.
- 241. Ask blondie where she goin'.
- 242. Who she goin' to see?
- 243. - Who you goin' to see?
- Let's take the stairs.
- 244. Come on.
- 245. Where you all goin' there?
- 246. Heads up, people!
Five-O comin' up the back door! Police!
- 247. It's OK. They think we're cops.
They're not going to follow us.
- 248. Hang on.
- 249. - Look at this.
- Oh, this is great.
- 250. "Sweets to..."
- 251. - "To the sweet."
- "Sweets to the sweet."
- 252. Hurry up, Helen.
- 253. Let me just get the door.
- 254. Sorry.
- 255. Jesus, Helen.
- 256. Here it is.
- 257. - Don't go in there.
- Come on.
- 258. Come on, come on.
- 259. Jesus, it stinks.
- 260. See, I was right.
The layout is identical.
- 261. Which means
that the bathroom is over there.
- 262. - Helen...
- What's the problem?
- 263. A woman died in there.
- 264. It's alright.
There's nothing to see.
- 265. God.
- 266. Wait a minute.
- 267. - This is where he crawled through, right?
- 268. - Well, we found it. Let's go.
- Wait a second.
- 269. OK. Hang on to this.
- 270. What?
- 271. I'm just gonna go through,
- 272. - and when I get back, we're out of here.
- You gotta be kidding.
- 273. Oh, come on.
It's just a derelict apartment.
- 274. What if somebody's
packing drugs in there?
- 275. You're just gonna apologize
and give them your card?
- 276. Huh?
- 277. Alright. Let's listen.
- 278. There's nobody in there.
- 279. OK.
- 280. But hurry up. Be careful.
- 281. - Give me the camera.
- You got five minutes.
- 282. OK. Five.
- 283. Dammit!
- 284. - Bernadette!
- 285. I'm sorry.
- 286. - I ran out of film. I've gotta go back.
- No way.
- 287. - You can't believe what...
- No way, Helen. We're out of here.
- 288. - Hey, what y'all doin' in there?
- 289. We're just leaving.
- 290. - You here for the sweet?
- 291. Er, we're not cops.
- 292. - We're from the university.
- Well, you don't belong here, lady.
- 293. You don't belong goin'
through people's apartments and things.
- 294. My name is Helen Lyle
and this is Bernadette Walsh.
- 295. We're doing a thesis,
- 296. and we were wondering if we could just
talk to you for a few minutes.
- 297. Here. This is my card.
- 298. - My baby. Come on.
- 299. Come on. Let's go.
- 300. You know, whites don't ever come here,
except to cause us a problem.
- 301. Believe me,
that's not what we want to do.
- 302. Let's go.
- 303. So you say you're doing a study?
- 304. What you gonna say?
- 305. That we're bad?
- 306. Hmm?
- 307. We steal?
- 308. We gangbang?
- 309. We all on drugs, right?
- 310. We ain't all like them assholes
downstairs, you know?
- 311. I just wanna raise my child good.
- 312. He's a beautiful little boy.
- 313. He's all I got.
- 314. What's his name?
- 315. Anthony.
- 316. I'm Anne-Marie.
- 317. - Anne-Marie McCoy.
- Nice to meet you.
- 318. I'm sorry we disturbed you.
- 319. We'll just get out of your way.
- 320. It's OK. I mean...
- 321. I don't mean to be rude. It's...
- 322. You know, it's just...
The white folks that come round here
- 323. ain't too handshakin' with us,
- 324. - Hey, what you doin'?
- Let me help you.
- 325. Oh.
- 326. Making a mess here, huh?
- 327. - Thank you.
- 328. Thanks.
- 329. You got kids?
- 330. No, but I'd love one.
- 331. Hey.
- 332. Got my eye on this one, big time.
- 333. Yeah. They're not gonna get him.
- 334. You wanna know
about Ruthie Jean?
- 335. They all been here, you know?
- 336. Newspapers,
cops, case workers.
- 337. They all wanna know.
- 338. I heard her screaming.
- 339. I heard her right through the walls.
- 340. I dialed 911.
- 341. Nobody came.
- 342. Nobody came.
- 343. Everybody's scared.
- 344. He can come right through these walls,
- 345. I'm scared.
- 346. Scared for my child.
- 347. They ain't never gonna catch him.
- 348. Who?
- 349. Candyman.
- 350. If they asked for something, if they saw
something they liked, they didn't point.
- 351. They thought it was rude to point.
- 352. What did they do?
- 353. Spat over people.
It's quite extraordinary.
- 354. - Be nice.
- I am being nice. I'm being very nice.
- 355. So how are the two most beautiful
graduate students getting along, then?
- 356. Trevor tells me you've been dabbling
in my favorite subject.
- 357. Well, I can't wait to review your data.
- 358. - I think I can fit you in tomorrow morning.
- We're not ready yet.
- 359. That's precisely the moment
at which I can be of greatest assistance.
- 360. Before you disappear down a path
to academic Bolivia.
- 361. - I think I've been there.
- 362. Actually, Purcell,
we're about to bury you.
- 363. - Helen...
- 364. I'm sure we're gonna have something
for you in a week or so.
- 365. - It's just that we only went to Cabrini today...
- 366. Cabrini-Green.
- 367. Candyman country.
- 368. Well, if you're after the hook man, Helen,
- 369. you really must read the paper
I wrote about him ten years ago.
- 370. You do know the story, don't you?
- 371. No.
- 372. Then how are you going to bury me?
- 373. The legend first appeared in 1890.
- 374. Candyman was the son of a slave.
- 375. His father had amassed
a considerable fortune
- 376. from designing a device
for the mass-producing of shoes
- 377. after the Civil War.
- 378. Candyman had been sent
to all the best schools,
- 379. and had grown up in polite society.
- 380. He had a prodigious talent as an artist
- 381. and was much sought after
when it came to the documenting
- 382. of one's wealth and position in society,
in a portrait.
- 383. It was in this latter capacity
- 384. that he was commissioned
by a wealthy landowner
- 385. to capture his daughter's
- 386. Well, of course,
they fell deeply in love,
- 387. and she became pregnant.
- 388. Poor Candyman.
- 389. The father executed a terrible revenge.
- 390. He paid a pack of brutal hooligans
to do the deed.
- 391. They chased Candyman
through the town to Cabrini-Green,
- 392. where they proceeded to saw off
his right hand with a rusty blade.
- 393. And no one came to his aid.
- 394. But this was just the beginning
of his ordeal.
- 395. Nearby, there was an apiary.
- 396. Dozens of hives filled with hungry bees.
- 397. They smashed the hives
and stole the honeycomb,
- 398. and smeared it over his prone,
- 399. Candyman was stung to death
by the bees.
- 400. They burned his body on a giant pyre
- 401. and then scattered his ashes
- 402. Hello.
- 403. Anne-Marie ain't in.
- 404. Are you sure?
- 405. Yeah. She said you'd be back.
- 406. What's your name?
- 407. Jake.
- 408. Well, listen, Jake,
maybe you can help me out.
- 409. I wanted to find out
about that woman who got killed.
- 410. Do you know anything about that?
- 411. Her name was Ruthie Jean.
- 412. I don't know nothing.
- 413. Did anybody else talk about it?
- 414. You know,
it's OK to talk to me, Jake...
- 415. cos I'm not a cop.
- 416. So nobody's gonna get in trouble.
- 417. I can't say nothing,
or Candyman'll get me.
- 418. Candyman, huh?
- 419. You scared of him?
- 420. I ain't scared of nobody.
- 421. But you're crazy
walking here on your own.
- 422. It ain't safe around here.
- 423. Yeah, I know.
- 424. But I don't scare too easy either, Jake.
- 425. You know,
you don't have to tell me.
- 426. You could just show me.
- 427. And if you show me where Candyman is,
I'll make you a promise.
- 428. It'll be our secret.
- 429. Unless you're too scared.
- 430. Somebody building a bonfire?
- 431. Yeah, for the party.
- 432. In there.
- 433. Candyman's in there?
- 434. My friend Charlie says so.
- 435. A boy got killed there.
- 436. Who was he?
- 437. Ain't sure.
Charlie tell me he was weird.
- 438. He was crazy?
- 439. No, a retard.
- 440. - His mom was in the store.
- 441. And the boy, he needed to go,
you know, to the bathroom.
- 442. His mom was taking her time,
choosing this, looking at that.
- 443. So the boy started moaning.
- 444. His mom get mad at him,
sent him across the street.
- 445. His mom was at the checkout.
She hears her boy screaming.
- 446. 'Mommy!
- 447. 'Mommy!'
- 448. There's a big tough guy.
- 449. He runs over to check it out.
- 450. Come out of there
shaking and crying.
- 451. He only been in there five seconds.
- 452. Come out of there
and his hair turned white.
- 453. I mean, it turned white, just like that.
- 454. - Was the boy murdered?
- 455. He's lying on the floor in a pool of blood,
- 456. 'Mommy! Mommy!'
- 457. They found it floating in a toilet.
- 458. Can't fix that. Better off dead.
- 459. Did Candyman do this?
- 460. Listen, you wait here for me, OK?
- 461. OK.
- 462. Hello?
- 463. Candyman.
- 464. Oh, excuse me.
- 465. I'm done here.
I'll just get out of your way.
- 466. Listen, I don't want to interfere
with your business.
- 467. I'm not a cop.
- 468. I'm from the University of Illinois.
- 469. Erm...
- 470. I'll just get out of your way.
- 471. Hey, come on! Let me go!
- 472. Look, you're not being very smart.
- 473. My colleagues know where I am
and they're expecting me back.
- 474. Now let me go!
- 475. I hear you're looking
for Candyman, bitch.
- 476. - Well, you found him.
- 477. We hear you're looking
for Candyman, bitch.
- 478. Step back.
- 479. Number four,
step forward and say the line.
- 480. We hear you're looking
for Candyman, bitch.
- 481. Step back.
- 482. Number five,
step forward and say the line.
- 483. We hear you're looking
for Candyman, bitch.
- 484. Step back.
Take them out.
- 485. He's number five.
- 486. Good work.
- 487. How'd you catch him?
- 488. We swept the place.
- 489. We start from the top floor
and work our way down.
- 490. That way you can flush them all out.
- 491. Whole of Cabrini's locked down now.
- 492. You're very lucky to be alive, Ms. Lyle.
- 493. - Did he kill Ruthie Jean?
- Oh, no question.
- 494. Killed that poor kid as well.
- 495. He ran the Overlords.
- 496. Oh, we knew everything about him.
- 497. Only reason why we didn't bring him in before
because we couldn't find anyone to testify.
- 498. We can't protect them down
at Cabrini-Green, and they knew that.
- 499. What about the little boy, Jake?
- 500. We don't need him.
We have you.
- 501. Hey, Jake.
- 502. Listen, I just wanted to thank you
for saving my life.
- 503. I wanna go home.
- 504. We'll get you out of here
right away, kid.
- 505. You did good.
- 506. You said it was our secret.
- 507. It still is, Jake.
You won't have to go to court.
- 508. Candyman will get me.
- 509. Candyman isn't real.
- 510. He's just a story.
- 511. You know, like Dracula or Frankenstein.
- 512. A bad man took his name
so he could scare us.
- 513. But now that he's locked up,
everything's gonna be OK.
- 514. Candyman ain't real?
- 515. No.
- 516. Hey, dear!
- 517. Whoa! Slow down!
You're supposed to be the invalid here.
- 518. No, no, no, it's much better.
Look. See? It's much better today.
- 519. Yeah, it looks great.
- 520. Come sit down.
- 521. - You haven't eaten already, have you?
- No, of course not.
- 522. OK, good.
- 523. Hey!
- 524. Welcome back.
- 525. - Thanks.
- Let me see.
- 526. I'm so glad you're OK.
I would've totally freaked.
- 527. Yeah, but you know
what bugs me about the whole thing?
- 528. Two people get brutally murdered
and the cops do nothing.
- 529. Whereas a white woman goes in there and
gets attacked, and they look the place down.
- 530. Yeah, I know,
but this was a bad guy.
- 531. You got him put away.
That's all that matters.
- 532. - Oh! I've got a surprise for you.
- 533. You're not gonna believe it.
- 534. The pictures!
- 535. A friend of mine in the photography
department managed to save most of them.
- 536. I'd written them off.
The camera was smashed.
- 537. That's not all.
- 538. I've been talking to some publishers,
- 539. and there's a lot of interest
since you made the local section.
- 540. We're gonna be published.
- 541. Alright. So I'll come over tomorrow at 9:00,
and we'll get started, right?
- 542. - Yeah.
- 543. 'Helen.'
- 544. Yes?
- 545. 'Helen.'
- 546. Who is that?
- 547. Who is that?
- 548. Helen.
- 549. I came for you.
- 550. Do I know you?
- 551. No.
- 552. No, but you doubted me.
- 553. I'm sorry. I have to go.
- 554. No need to leave yet.
- 555. But I'm late.
- 556. You are not content with the stories,
- 557. so I was obliged to come.
- 558. Be my victim.
- 559. Be my victim.
- 560. 'I am the writing on the wall,
- 561. 'the whisper in the classroom.
- 562. Without these things,
I am nothing.
- 563. 'So now,
I must shed innocent blood.
- 564. 'Come with me.'
- 565. No!
- 566. Anthony!
- 567. Anthony!
- 568. No, no! No!
- 569. No! Anthony!
- 570. Anthony!
- 571. Anthony! No!
- 572. - Anne-Marie?
- 573. You bitch! You bitch!
- 574. - Stay back! Stay back!
- Where's my baby?
- 575. Where's my baby?
- 576. My baby!
- 577. You murderer!
- 578. You...
- 579. Stop!
Please, stop! Stop.
- 580. Now, stop! Stop!
- 581. Police! Open up!
- 582. Alright, hold it right there!
- 583. Back away! Now!
- 584. - Look out, look out!
- 585. Remove your sweater.
- 586. Drop it and slide it over to me.
- 587. Take off your brassiere.
- 588. Can I please take a shower?
- 589. Oh, God.
- 590. Drop it, slide it over to me.
- 591. Lift up your arms.
- 592. Lift your left breast.
- 593. Your right.
- 594. Remove your underwear.
- 595. Can I please speak
with Detective Valento?
- 596. Remove your underwear.
- 597. Frank.
- 598. Ms. Lyle, you're under arrest.
Do you understand?
- 599. Please let me explain.
- 600. Do you understand?
- 601. - Yes, but...
- You have the right to remain silent.
- 602. Do you understand?
- 603. This is crazy. I was attacked.
- 604. Respond to the question!
- 605. I understand.
- 606. At approximately 10:00pm,
- 607. Anne-Marie McCoy
returned to her apartment.
- 608. She discovered her dog
with its head cutoff.
- 609. She cried for assistance,
- 610. at which point you attacked her
with a meat cleaver.
- 611. You were still in possession
of this weapon
- 612. when the arresting officers
came to her aid.
- 613. Where's the baby?
- 614. I don't know.
- 615. You're sick.
- 616. Before I ask
any further questions,
- 617. would you like to have counsel?
- 618. Yes or no?
- 619. I would like
to make a phone call.
- 620. 'I'm sorry,
we can't take your call.
- 621. 'Please leave a message
after the tone.'
- 622. Trevor, are you there?
- 623. It's an emergency, Trevor.
Pick up the phone!
- 624. 'I've been arrested.
I'm at the 18th District.
- 625. 'Can you...
Can you please come pick me up?'
- 626. That's it.
- 627. Do you know what time it is?
- 628. 3:00am.
- 629. Oh, God.
- 630. There's gotta be
another way out of here.
- 631. Cover her face.
Don't say anything.
- 632. - Just have to walk to the car.
- OK? That's it.
- 633. Alright. Here we go.
- 634. You'll be fine. Stick with me.
- 635. There she is!
There she is!
- 636. Just keep your head down.
- 637. Alright, people. Back off. Back off.
We have no comment.
- 638. Absolutely no comment.
Nothing to say.
- 639. We have absolutely nothing to say!
- 640. My client has not been charged
with a thing!
- 641. '... some information has indicated
- 642. 'that baby Anthony was abducted
and may still be alive.
- 643. 'The blood
may have come from the dog.
- 644. 'A suspect was released this morning
- 645. 'and I guess we'll just have
to follow this one as it...'
- 646. Well, at least they didn't
mention your name. That's good.
- 647. Now, they haven't charged you
because they think they'll find the body.
- 648. Which means, I'm afraid,
they're shooting for murder one,
- 649. but I don't think they have a chance.
- 650. Do you think I did it?
- 651. No, nobody believes that.
- 652. But it's crossed your mind?
- 653. Is there anything,
- 654. any detail, however small,
- 655. that you can recall that would help us
substantiate your version of events?
- 656. I... I blacked out. I mean, I...
- 657. I don't know what happened.
- 658. I just woke up in that place
and there was blood everywhere.
- 659. Can I get you anything?
- 660. Are you sure?
- 661. Look, honey, I was supposed
to go over to the campus
- 662. and pick up some work.
- 663. I'm concerned about leaving
you alone though. '
- 664. - I'll only be about 20 minutes.
- 665. Where were you last night?
- 666. I was here. I was fast asleep.
- 667. I thought you were with Bernadette.
- 668. Look, honey,
I'm gonna stand by you.
- 669. We're gonna get through this, OK?
- 670. I'll be right back.
- 671. Believe in me.
- 672. Be my victim.
- 673. Come on.
- 674. Please.
- 675. 'Do you believe in me?'
- 676. Keep away from me!
- 677. 'I have the child.
- 678. 'Allow me to take you,
or he will die in your place.'
- 679. No!
- 680. 'Your disbelief destroyed
the faith of my congregation.
- 681. Without them, I am nothing.
- 682. 'So I was obliged to come.
- 683. 'And now I must kill you.'
- 684. Your death will be a tale
to frighten children,
- 685. to make lovers cling closer in their rapture.
- 686. Come with me and be immortal.
- 687. Helen?
- 688. Bernadette.
- 689. Bernadette, go.
- 690. Helen?
- 691. Helen, honey, it's...
- 692. Bernadette, let me in.
- 693. He's here.
- 694. Bernadette. Go!
- 695. Helen!
- 696. Helen?
- 697. Go on! Get out!
- 698. Oh!
- 699. Oh, no, no, no.
- 700. Trevor...
- 701. Trevor, he's here.
- 702. He's here. He's here.
- 703. 'Don't let him kill me.'
- 704. Trevor?
- 705. Trevor!
- 706. Trevor!
- 707. Trevor!
- 708. Trevor. Trevor!
- 709. - Hey, hey.
- Trevor! Trev...!
- 710. Take her outside.
- 711. Trevor.
- 712. Hold me, Trevor, please?
- 713. 'Why do you want to live?
- 714. 'If you would learn just a little from me,
- 715. 'you would not beg to live.
- 716. 'I am rumor.
- 717. 'It is a blessed condition, believe me.
- 718. 'To be whispered about
at street corners.
- 719. 'To live in other people's dreams,
but not to have to be.
- 720. 'Do you understand?'
- 721. 'Please, God,
don't let him kill the baby.'
- 722. Trevor!
- 723. Trevor?
- 724. Trevor!
- 725. Where are you going?
- 726. No, you can't leave me here!
- 727. I can't defend myself!
- 728. No.
- 729. What do the good know,
- 730. 'except what the bad teach them
by their excesses?'
- 731. Murderer.
- 732. Allow me at least a kiss.
- 733. Just one exquisite kiss.
- 734. Murderer!
- 735. Help!
- 736. Listen, he's under the bed!
- 737. Bring me 1,000 mills.
- 738. Listen. He's here.
He's under the bed!
- 739. No. Don't.
- 740. She's coming around.
- 741. Morning.
- 742. - I'd like to speak to my husband.
- 743. So would I.
- 744. - There we go.
- What time is it?
- 745. - Where are we going?
- We're going to Disneyland.
- 746. Clyde, open it up.
- 747. Winley? Clyde, open it up.
- 748. What the hell are you
all doing back there, huh? Huh?
- 749. A little reading? Huh?
- 750. (Man) Freak.
- 751. - Dr. Burke?
- 752. Ms. Lyle, I'm Dr. Burke.
- 753. I'd like to speak to my husband.
- 754. I'm sure we can arrange a visit.
- 755. A visit?
- 756. Have I been committed?
- 757. Do you really think these restraints
- 758. Helen, this is a writ of detention
from the state attorney's office.
- 759. - Now, for the past month...
- 760. Yes.
- 761. We've been stabilizing you
on a heavy dosage of Thorazine.
- 762. You probably remember
very little, or nothing.
- 763. Get me my attorney.
- 764. I'm working for your defense.
- 765. We have to assess
your ability to stand trial.
- 766. Helen,
- 767. you've been charged
with first-degree murder.
- 768. Why don't you tell me what happened
in your apartment?
- 769. The night you were admitted,
- 770. did the killer appear to you?
- 771. 'Murderer! Murderer!
- 772. 'Murderer! Help me!
- 773. 'He's here!
He's under the bed!'
- 774. - 'Help me!'
- I don't understand.
- 775. 'Help! Please! He's here!
- 776. 'Help me!
Help me! Please!
- 777. - That...
- 'He's under the bed. He's under the bed.'
- 778. That's not possible.
- 779. (Man) 'Bring me 1,000 mills.'
- 780. Bernadette.
- 781. I'm not capable of that.
- 782. No matter what's going wrong,
- 783. I know one thing -
that no part of me,
- 784. no matter how hidden,
- 785. is capable of that.
- 786. I can prove it.
- 787. How?
- 788. I can call him.
- 789. Candyman, Candyman,
- 790. Candyman, Candyman,
- 791. Candyman.
- 792. You're mine now.
- 793. Tonight our congregation
shall witness a new miracle.
- 794. Dr. Burke?
- 795. Dr. Burke, open the door!
- 796. Dr. Burke!
- 797. Dr. Burke, please answer.
- 798. Dr. Burke!
- 799. 'Code nine, ward B-5, stat.
- 800. 'Code nine, ward B-5, stat.'
- 801. (Man) Check the west wing!
- 802. All clear! Right!
- 803. Let's go! Go, go, go!
- 804. We have a direction on this one?
Where is she?
- 805. Please be home, Trevor.
Please be home.
- 806. Get out of my home.
- 807. Trevor!
- 808. What's the matter, sweetie pie?
Did you make another little boo-boo?
- 809. What are you doing here?
- 810. I live here. Remember?
- 811. Call the hospital.
- 812. Don't touch the phone.
- 813. What's the matter, Trevor?
- 814. Scared of something?
- 815. I hate the color scheme.
- 816. What were you gonna do, Trevor?
Wait till I got out before you told me?
- 817. Helen.
- 818. You knew I was never coming out,
- 819. I think we should call the hospital.
- 820. OK.
- 821. - Go on.
- 822. Go on.
- 823. Is that what you wanna do?
- 824. Call them.
- 825. I'm not a murderer.
- 826. I'm not...
- 827. Trevor, you were all I had left.
- 828. It's over.
- 829. 'If you'd like to make a call,
please hang up and try again.'
- 830. 'They will all abandon you.
- 831. 'All you have left
is my desire for you.'
- 832. 'Helen.
- 833. 'You came to me.'
- 834. The Child...
- 835. We had a deal.
- 836. Surrender to me now,
- 837. and he shall be unharmed.
- 838. We have a bargain.'
- 839. And I'm afraid.
- 840. 'Do you fear the pain,
or what is beyond?'
- 841. Both.
- 842. 'The pain,
I can assure you, will be exquisite.
- 843. 'As for our deaths,
there is nothing to fear.
- 844. 'Our names will be written
on a thousand walls,
- 845. 'our crimes told and retold
by our faithful believers.
- 846. We shall die together
in front of their very eyes
- 847. 'and give them something
to be haunted by.'
- 848. Come with me
- 849. and be immortal.
- 850. No!
- 851. No!
- 852. No!
- 853. 'You're mine now.
- 854. 'It's time for a new miracle.'
- 855. 'It was always you, Helen.
- 856. 'It was always you.'
- 857. He's here.
- 858. I'm coming.
- 859. It's OK.
- 860. (Boy) Check it out, man.
- 861. Yes.
- 862. - (Man 1) What happened?
- (Man 2) They got Candyman out there!
- 863. Candyman's in there!
I saw him go in there! I saw his hook!
- 864. The Candyman's in there!
I saw his hook!
- 865. I knew you'd come.
- 866. Burn him.
- 867. - Shh!
- 868. Burn him! Burn him!
- 869. Burn him! Burn him!
- 870. Burn him! Burn him!
- 871. Help! Help!
- 872. Burn him! Burn him!
Burn him! Burn him!
- 873. Help! Help me!
- 874. You lied to me!
- 875. We must be
on our way now, you and I.
- 876. 'Our bones will soon be ashes,
- 877. 'and we shall never be separated again.'
- 878. Let me go.
- 879. 'I cannot.
We are already dead.'
- 880. Come back to me!
- 881. Come back!
- 882. We commend to Almighty God,
our sister, Helen,
- 883. and we commit her body
to the ground.
- 884. Earth to earth,
ashes to ashes, dust to dust.
- 885. The Lord bless her and keep her
and give her peace.
- 886. God of holiness and power,
- 887. accept our prayers,
on behalf of your servant, Helen.
- 888. Do not count her deeds against her,
- 889. for in her heart she desired
to do your will.
- 890. May Almighty God bless you,
the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.
- 891. (Man) My God. Look at that.
- 892. Trevor?
- 893. Trevor?
- 894. What is it?
- 895. Trevor, are you alright?
- 896. Yeah, I'm fine.
- 897. Aren't you hungry?
- 898. No, I'm OK.
I'll eat a little bit later.
- 899. I was gonna make us a nice dinner.
- 900. OK. Whatever.
- 901. Hey, why don't you help me
make the salad?
- 902. OK. I'll be there in a minute.
- 903. Helen.
- 904. Oh, Helen.
- 905. Helen.
- 906. Helen.
- 907. Helen.
- 908. Ow.
- 909. What's the matter, Trevor?
- 910. Scared of something?
- 911. Trevor?
- 912. My God, Trevor?
- 913. Trevor?
- 914. Trevor?