Money falls from the sky with one of the C-notes stained with blood. That's because there's a dead guy in the apartment from where over $50,000 in cash literally went out the window. Walter Brown looked like he lived a simple life before he was killed. Judging by the substantial amount of bruising on his body, Megan believes his murder was very personal.
Walt Brown worked at a coal-fired power plant for 20 years. Of course, that was before he won $50 million in the lottery. The victim's former coworkers say Walt was a great guy. Dave Stackhouse says his old friend generously treated his work pals to a week in Bermuda. The victim's cousin was a little resentful because he happened to miss playing the lotto the day Walt won. That doesn't mean he wanted him dead.
Walt started living a pretty fast life after winning big bucks. Lots of people came out of the woodwork for a handout. Justine, Walt's event planner, shows Peter and Bud into a demonstration her boss sponsored with top chef Leon Gould, who happens to have a knife that matches the murder weapon. But the guy's no killer. He was actually worried about Walt, as he seemed to be acting unlike himself.