Esther's absence didn't go unnoticed, and her return is met with a very disapproving Daddy Glenn. But will his disapproval be enough to overcome her convictions?
"Machina," "The Restoration," and "Filaments" by Scott Buckley at 0:40, 16:49, and 22:56 (respectively). Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International.
"Demon at the Door" and "Deadline" by Nicolas Jeudy at 7:03 and 9:49 (respectively). Dark Fantasy Studio, 2015.
"Sad Emotional Piano" by DS Productions at 28:31.
Before Esther burned the place down, before Glenn escaped his kidnappers, he had a conversation deep below Rockford Observatory. He may not remember it, but he summarized the events of Season 3 to another unknown captive.
The Knight of Swords accepts his fate.
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"The Corner of Your Room," "Ancien Ceremony," "Basement," and "Sirens" by Nicolas Jeudy at 2:23, 8:13, 11:20, and 18:10 (respectively). Dark Fantasy Studio, 2015.
"Smoking Gun" and "Morgana Rides" by Kevin MacLeod at 22:38 and 30:57 (respectively). Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International.
"Underglow" by Shane Ivers at 47:27. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International.