CSI: NY (2004–2013)
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Death House 

Mummified remains are found in a booby-trapped Manhattan penthouse that has been closed off for more than 80 years, and Mac and Stella race against time to find the people who discovered the body, who are still trapped in the building.

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Lindsay Monroe
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Mummified remains are found in a booby-trapped Manhattan penthouse that has been closed off for more than 80 years, and Mac and Stella race against time to find the people who discovered the body, who are still trapped in the building.

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When solving the final puzzle, Mac correctly leads the team to the grandfather clock. However, he uses a key to restart the clock. Keys are used to rewind spring clocks. Grandfather clocks don't require a key and are stopped and started with the pendulum only, as they are powered by the weights. See more »

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Entertaining CSI: N.Y. episode
13 March 2010 | by See all my reviews

In 'DEATH HOUSE' (Episode 10 - Season 6) A desperate caller rings 911 for help, he's trapped in a Penthouse on the 25th floor and someone is trying to kill him - Det.Flack (Eddie Cahill) & Mac (Gary Sinise) arrive at the scene and find a mummified corpse in the Apartment which had been sealed for over 80 Years - So who made the call?.

This CSI:NY episode is cleverly made and written and full of little surprises.

It's a sort of CSI meet Saw meet Agatha Christie meet Jonathan Creek episode.

Some aspects make no sense, and it may be highly improbable, but it's great entertainment.

**** out of *****


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