Lecter's patient Franklin Froideveaux worries that his friend Tobias may be a psychopath, but Franklin's growing obsession with Lecter is what concerns the latter more. Graham investigates the murder of a Baltimore musician who had his throat opened and a cello neck inserted through his mouth. Graham, with Lecter's guidance, interprets this as one killer serenading another. Graham's mental stability deteriorates further when he begins having auditory hallucinations of animals in pain and when his romantic feelings for Alana Bloom are rejected.
Did You Know?
Contrary to what is shown and discussed the vocal cords run horizontally not vertically in the throat. They are on average only 3/4" to 1" in length. Thus it would be impossible to treat and play them like strings. See more
Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier
It's nice when someone sees us, Hannibal. Or has the ability to see us. It requires trust. Trust is difficult for you.
Minuet in G Minor
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performed by Zachary Bloch See more