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The next day, Sam and Dean question a tenant, [[Mildred Baker|Mildred]], who witnessed the manager's death. She tells them about the spirit woman that she saw. While Dean is comforting the lady tenant, Sam asks one of the housekeeping staff, Marlene, who turns out to be hearing-impaired. After gaining no information from her, Sam returns to Dean and talks about the next plan, which Marlene finds out from reading their lips.
 
The next day, Sam and Dean question a tenant, [[Mildred Baker|Mildred]], who witnessed the manager's death. She tells them about the spirit woman that she saw. While Dean is comforting the lady tenant, Sam asks one of the housekeeping staff, Marlene, who turns out to be hearing-impaired. After gaining no information from her, Sam returns to Dean and talks about the next plan, which Marlene finds out from reading their lips.
   
After a quick research, Sam and Dean figure out that they are dealing with [[banshee]]s—the malevolent kind, who prey on the victim's brain and tend to search for vulnerable people. The only way to defeat them is using a gold blade; Dean decides to go back to the bunker to grab some, while Sam tries to figure which vulnerable person will be next.
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After a quick research, Sam and Dean figure out that they are dealing with [[Banshee|banshees]] -- the malevolent kind, who prey on the victim's brain and tend to search for vulnerable people. The only way to defeat them is using a gold blade; Dean decides to go back to the bunker to grab some, while Sam tries to figure which vulnerable person will be next.
   
 
Inside the bunker, Dean hears noises from one of the rooms. It turns out to be Castiel, ransacking the archives, saying that he's looking for a spell that can lure out Amara. When Castiel tells Dean that he had Amara in his sights and wasn't able to kill her, Dean returns the favor by telling Castiel that he had two opportunities to kill her, but both times he failed. Castiel then asks Dean to tell him the story.
 
Inside the bunker, Dean hears noises from one of the rooms. It turns out to be Castiel, ransacking the archives, saying that he's looking for a spell that can lure out Amara. When Castiel tells Dean that he had Amara in his sights and wasn't able to kill her, Dean returns the favor by telling Castiel that he had two opportunities to kill her, but both times he failed. Castiel then asks Dean to tell him the story.
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Meanwhile, Sam visits Mildred because he suspects that she will be next due to a health condition. He tells her that both he and Dean are hunters and tells her about the banshee. Sam learns from Mildred that there is no one on the housekeeping staff who is deaf.
 
Meanwhile, Sam visits Mildred because he suspects that she will be next due to a health condition. He tells her that both he and Dean are hunters and tells her about the banshee. Sam learns from Mildred that there is no one on the housekeeping staff who is deaf.
   
Sam then follows the deaf girl to the laundry room, where he sees a weird sigil. Before he can investigate further, he gets trapped between the two sigils, and the girl is about to kill him with a golden blade. Sam then tells her that he and Dean are hunters, and they are hunting the same thing. After the girl releases Sam, she tells him her real name—Eileen Leahy—she's the baby whose parents were killed by the banshee thirty years ago in Ireland, leaving her deaf. She was raised and trained by a hunter, until the hunter died of cancer. Eileen's grandfather was a [[Men of Letters|Man of Letters]], like the Winchester boys.
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Sam then follows the deaf girl to the laundry room, where he sees a weird sigil. Before he can investigate further, he gets trapped between the two sigils, and the girl is about to kill him with a golden blade. Sam then tells her that he and Dean are hunters, and they are hunting the same thing. After the girl releases Sam, she tells him her real name -- Eileen Leahy -- she's the baby whose parents were killed by the banshee thirty years ago in Ireland, leaving her deaf. She was raised and trained by a hunter, until the hunter died of cancer. Eileen's grandfather was a [[Men of Letters|Man of Letters]], like the Winchester boys.
   
 
Back in the bunker, Castiel suggests that the connection between Amara and Dean might not only be because of the [[Mark of Cain]], but also an attraction that Dean is scared of facing. Castiel tells Dean that they will find a way to stop The Darkness. The talk is interrupted by a phone call from Sam that fills Dean in with their current status; the boys decide to use Mildred as bait.
 
Back in the bunker, Castiel suggests that the connection between Amara and Dean might not only be because of the [[Mark of Cain]], but also an attraction that Dean is scared of facing. Castiel tells Dean that they will find a way to stop The Darkness. The talk is interrupted by a phone call from Sam that fills Dean in with their current status; the boys decide to use Mildred as bait.
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