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White Color(ƒzƒƒCƒgƒJƒ‰[) ƒV[ƒYƒ“5yŒ´‘čzDigging Deeper

This is where Neal was standing.

For 20 minutes, after which he went straight home, according to his anklet.

From this intersection, you could scout a museum, two banks, and a gallery, not to mention all the residential targets.

Peter, I made some calls. There was no suspicious activity reported.

Not unless you count Neal Caffrey being here. You think I'm overreacting?

No, I just think we might consider the possibility that Caffrey was just picking up some groceries.

Long walk for a loaf of bread.

Okay. So what was he doing there?

First, there was the missing cash, then the FBI pen at the chiropractor's office, and now this street corner.

So what do you think it all adds up to?

add up to Œ‹‹Ç`‚É‚Č‚é

That's the problem. I can't see how it all connects. I'm missing something. See if any cameras in the area picked up anything.

Will do. Listen, I also ran the card that you found in Siegel's badge. Talked to the real estate company. No one knew what "Cooper 3?" meant. I looked through Siegel's old case files, friends and family back in Chicago. Hell, I even looked on Google. No hits. Sorry. Listen, I hate to ask you this, but you don't think Caffrey knows anything that he's not telling us, do you?

About Siegel?

Yeah.

I don't.

All right.

Checked black market code words, drop locations, CI names. Mozzie even tried to tie it to DB Cooper. Nothing.

Maybe it's an FBI agent grasping at straws.

Hey. We both know your instincts are rarely wrong.

Well, for now, we've got a stolen shipping crate that demands our attention. Grabbed from Canadian Customs this morning by a fraudulent trucking company. The driver ran. No sign of him yet.

fraudulent •sł‚Č

Must be some exotic Canadian contraband to get you out of the office.

Oh, this is well worth a stretch of my legs.

Don't tell me. It's diamonds from the Diavik Mine in the Northwest Territories.

Maybe it's maple syrup.

Hey, you joke, but the great Canadian maple syrup heist was worth 18 million.

You'd need a bigger crate though. And a lot of pancakes. Special Agent Burke. Go ahead.

It's like Christmas morning.

No, it's not a gift. This is stolen property. I know the line gets blurry for you.

blurry ‚Ú‚ń‚â‚股‚é

Based on the size of the box and the country of origin, my best guess is a sculpture from Emanuel Hahn, Canadian artist, Circa 1918.

Oh, this is better than Christmas. This is a dinosaur egg.

Even now you kind of expect it to crack open, don't you?

I really don't.

A fossilized egg doesn't capture your imagination?

Well, the value of it does.

Hello? Excuse me. I'm Dr. Khatri. I'm one of the curators of the Natural History Museum.

Agent Peter Burke.

You're the one who found my egg.

Well, he can't take all the credit.

take all the credit Žč•ż‚đ“Ć‚čč‚ß‚ˇ‚é

And where's the mother?

What do you mean?

There was a second shipment containing the mother.

What kind of mother?

A tyrannosaurus rex.

You're saying there's a tyrannosaurus rex lost somewhere in New York City?

Tyrannosaurus rex was being shipped simultaneously on a different truck. No sign of it anywhere. Hunting a t-rex. Seven-year-old me would be going crazy.

simultaneously “ŻŽž‚É

Adult you isn't exactly serene.

serene ‰¸‚â‚Š‚Č

I can't wait to see it in person when it's reunited with its egg.

Mozzie used to create fake fossils and bury them at dig sites.

Used to?

It's been a couple months.

The alternate history of the Earth according to Mozzie. That's terrifying.

I'm just saying, the black market is rife with fake fossils like this. Do we know the egg is real?

rife – ‰„‚ľ‚Ä

Khatri ran an acid test and authenticated it.

Well, people with way too much money and no subtlety do love to put them in their office as a display of power.

subtlety ƒfƒŠƒJƒV[

Yeah, what bigger display than a t-rex and its egg? Whoever the buyer is, it's clear they want the entire set.

Valuable alone, invaluable together. It's like having Queen Mary's diamond riviere without the La Peregrina pearl.

Jones is working on a list of suspects. I gotta get home. What are your plans tonight?

I'm just gonna relax at home. Do a little light reading.

Hey.

I'm really happy that you called. I found something, and I brought something.

Yeah, I should've mentioned... Agent Gruetzner will be joining us.

Hello.

A rare book expert and a wine connoisseur. Oh, California Zin. Well, there's no shame in having one specialty.

Uh, you said you found something?

Uh, yes. Yes, I did. So I was looking into the stained glass window, and I stumbled across this.

stumble across ‹ô‘RŒŠ‚‚Ż‚é

Oh, wow.

Oh! Mosconi's grave site.

Uh, yes. Just look down here at the bottom.

It's a masonic compass. So he was a mason.

I should have noticed it sooner. I mean, this is why he put the chapter 13 into the Codex.

13 is considered a sacred number for the Brotherhood.

sacred _š‚Č

He was sending a message to the other masons.

The Codex could lead us anywhere. I mean, masons have their hands in everything. Finance, government, art.

Untimely death. Look at the date on the gravestone.

April 17, 1887. That's the same month he finished the window. That must have been his final work.

Do you think that he was kill because of all of this?

If that's so, the stained glass could tell us why. Well, thanks for everything. We'll take it from here.

Oh. Okay, I'll leave you to it.

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Yes, thank you for coming over and for the wine.

Sure.

Dinner on Wednesday without the chaperone?

chaperone ‚¨–Ú•t‚Ż–đ

Of course, Agent Caffrey. I look forward to working with you more on all of this.

What? I got it under control.

Well, I hate to report the obvious news, but the last thing you are right now is under control. Luckily, you have a guardian angel looking over you.

This is less angel and more stalker.

I vetted her, a cursory audit. Financials, education, daily schedule. She keeps a tight routine, speaks three languages, studied two years in France. Here, just keep it. Just in case.

vet “ü”O‚ÉŒŸ¸‚ˇ‚é cursory ‘ĺŽG”c‚Č

T-rex and her egg were owned legally by a man in Toronto for 50 years. He kept it in his family room until he died three months ago.

That's a hell of a pet to get your kids.

Big pooper scooper.

pooper-scooper ŽU•ŕ‚đ‚ł‚š‚Ä‚˘‚é‚Ć‚Ť‚Č‚Ç‚ÉŒ˘‚Ě‚Ó‚ń‚đ‚ˇ‚­‚¤‚˝‚ß‚Ě“š‹ď

He dictated that, upon his death, it be donated to the museum.

dictate ŽwŽŚ‚ˇ‚é

I'm guessing someone tried to persuade the estate to sell it instead.

Lots of someones.

Who do we like?

Well, there's a number of people who pursued it very aggressively.

Lots of escalating offers.

And a lot of suspicious people making them.

Anyone only try once?

Yeah, there were two single bids. I mean, one was a lowball offer, but then there's this guy. He made a single high-priced offer, then nothing. Brett Forsythe, corporate raider, made millions from hostile takeovers.

lowball ŒĚˆÓ‚ɈŔ‚­‚ˇ‚é

I've heard of him. He led a takeover of a company called Aegis last year.

That's the kind of guy who knows when someone's not gonna sell, and his only option is to take what he wants.

I'm gonna pay him a visit.

I'm sorry, Mr. Forsythe is unavailable at the moment.

Of course he is. Well, if you could tell him that Agent Burke of the FBI, White Collar Division, would like to speak with him. I can wait here as long as it takes. I'm sure these guys would love to keep me company. That's probably her boss telling her that I can see him now.

When you took over Aegis, the board didn't know you'd stolen their company until you walked through the door and fired all of them.

That was my legal right, Agent Burke.

It was. And then you sold off pieces of the company one by one, made a great profit. Lost a lot of jobs.

The feds questioned me about the Aegis takeover a month ago. It was all aboveboard.

I know.

Why are you here?

Is that a velociraptor skull?

Yeah. I should sell it. Thanks to Jurassic Park, everyone thinks they're an expert on them.

Except the movie got everything wrong. Velociraptors were most likely feathered, based on the quill knobs found by paleontologists. And the film made them much larger, more like the size of a deinonychus.

That's true.

Velociraptors were closer to the size of a chicken.

Still, one mean-looking chicken.

And very dangerous. Are you a collector?

Oh, on a government salary? I'd barely be able to afford an ankle joint. How'd you get it?

There are many legal ways to purchase fossils, Agent.

True. Many illegal ways as well.

That why you're here? To question the legality of my velociraptor?

No, I'm hunting something bigger. A t-rex.

Thought you said you weren't a collector.

It's not for me. It was supposed to go to a museum but didn't make it there.

Agent Burke, even if I stole a tyrannosaurus rex, which I did not, what would I do with it? It's not like I could just put it on display.

That's a good point. But what a thing to have.

You think he has an actual skeleton in his closet?

I don't know what he's hiding in there, but there was a large open space right underneath the raptor skull.

Well, he stalled when you got there. That gave him time to move it. So chances are it's illegal.

stall ˆř‚Ť‰„‚΂ˇ

Is that what takes you so long to come to the door when I knock?

You think I'm hiding illicit goods under my bed?

illicit ˆá–@‚Č

I think you're hiding something. But I don't have enough for a warrant to search Forsythe's office.

You should stake it out, see what happens. Especially around 6:00 PM.

stake out ’Ł‚荾‚Ü‚š‚é

I'll keep an eye out for anything suspicious.

You said the empty space was near the raptor skull?

Yeah, right underneath.

It's not empty anymore. Now there's a mean-looking club there. Looks pre-Colombian.

Forsythe must have moved it back after I left.

As long as I'm here, I should see what else he's hiding.

No, get the picture, and get out.

The trick with sliding locks is they leave a smudge that can tell you what the code is.

smudge ‰˜‚ę

This does not sound like you getting out.

The key is guessing where it starts and where it ends. Is he right or left-handed?

Right. Why?

Right-handed people instinctively draw counterclockwise.

I told you to get out.

Forsythe has a whole lab back here. Microscopes, test tubes, all kinds of forensic equipment.

Forsythe came back.

Almost done.

Did you set off an alarm?

Peter, that's hurtful.

Either way, he's headed your way.

All right, leaving now.

Where are you? Where are you?

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