‘Outsider’ HBO Episode six answers A huge question on The hooded man (Spoilers) #Hooded_ManFebruary 10, 2020
Tonight, in Episode 6, we learned even more about this monstrous murderer, including the answer to one looming question that could reveal when the hooded man will strike again…
Spoilers ahead for The Outsider Episode 6.
Meanwhile, Detective Jack Hoskins seems to have cut some deal with the hooded man (maybe he finally found the right lamp), and the gross rash on the back of his neck has dissipated as a result — for now.
Jack is also seeing visions of the words stop her (“her” is obviously Holly), but he’s seemingly trying to ignore them.
Back home, Jeannie reveals her own research: a series of witness drawings of the hooded man that reveals what Holly describes as his “transformation.”
Well, as Holly concludes, the fact that the hooded man has to physically transform in each of its victims over several weeks answers a big question about The Outsider : Why does it wait almost a month before each murder?
Speaking of which, Jack’s having a really bad time on The Outsider Episode 6.
After ignoring the monster’s messages to stop Holly, he returns home where a vision of his dead mother beats the crap out of him.
When Jack meets Holly to show her the barn the next morning, he’s covered in bruises.
The Outsider airs Sundays at 9 p.m. Eastern on HBO.
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