Total A/U: Aaron Hotchner has just lost his wife Haley; now he must adapt to life as a single father to his two sons Jack and Spencer, deal with the trauma inflicted on their family, and continue his work as a BAU profiler.
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03 Oct 2014
It was light and light and light and light and
“I think we’re looking at something psychosomatic.”
I’m not crazy.
Schizophrenia can strike late, but Reid has a finally who loves him, and when he wanders off they will not let him go without a fight.
Ten years ago Aaron Hotchner was working the Boston Reaper case.
Ten years ago, Aaron Hotchner said goodbye to his son and never saw or heard from him again.
Ten years ago, the head of the Boston PD made a deal with the Boston Reaper, and that deal expires today.
- Part 9 of Febuwhump 2020
Fandoms: Criminal Minds (US TV)
25 Apr 2020
“If this boy’s mother tried to commit suicide and he’s from a chronically unhappy household- Maybe this wasn’t an abduction at all. What if Bobby simply ran away?”
Rossi quickly cut in before Reid’s idea could be given further thought. With a shake of his head he says “When nine-year-olds run away, they’re usually home for supper.”
“I managed three weeks when I was eight.” Reid retorted.
“Three weeks? They didn’t find you?” Rossi joked back, although with some concern laced in his voice.
“Hmm?” Reid looked up at him, confused for a moment before continuing, “Oh, they didn’t realise I was gone. Makes it significantly easier.” He answered, before looking down at his file again, just missing how the colour drains from the faces of the other people aboard the plane.
Reid casually mentions running away at the age of 8, and while he definitely does not want to talk about it, the rest of the team definitely does.
Based off of 07x05 "From Childhood's Hour", but just the first five minutes, barely any spoilers for the rest of the episode.
For as long as Emily had been alive two things had been true. The first was that she knew things - not everything but significant things - before they happened and the second was that no one ever believed her. After her visions came true it was like a shadow passed over whoever she told. There was no shock at the revelation, it was like Emily never told them in the first place and so when it inevitably happened again she was called a liar, a child with too much imagination. (A retelling of the Cassandra myth)
- Part 2 of CM Bingo 2021
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