Detectives Jarvis and Cooper question Jane about everything that went down on Halloween night. There are no signs of a murder or any of the foul play Jane claims she endured. Henry learns that the police believe that the love of his life may have mental issues. Detective Cooper, however, is willing to keep an open mind even after Jane tells him that the man who attacked her was the ghost of Peter Kramer.
Media consultant Laurel Harris continues to push Henry to aggressively pursue his political future. We also get the sense that she may be interested in pursuing her client in more than a professional manner. She’s pushing him into feeling that his current girlfriend is never going to understand his drive to succeed. This idea is amplified when Jane lets Henry know that she needs to leave the Drake. In fact, she needs to leave New York. Jane wants Henry to come with her in a move back to Indiana. She’s distressed once she realizes he doesn’t believe her about the visions she’s been having. Their conversation does not end well.
Detective Cooper does some research on the Drake. He finds Annie’s newspaper article about Kandinsky. Speaking of the incarcerated killer, Gavin pays him a visit in prison. A short time later, Kandinsky is rushed to the hospital. Gavin instructs Doc Scott to help him escape. He later assures Olivia that he’s making sure that Shaw will never open the red box, which seems to be making the sounds of a demonic heartbeat. In other news, Jane sees in a photo that Peter Kramer is part of the Order of the Dragon. She also realizes that his daughter, Jocelyn, was her grandmother.