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Ben Travers. Can a gritty crime drama really ask viewers to believe in the boogeyman? Everyone onscreen and off are told as much in one make-or-break scene. After weeks of casework, P. Holly Gibney played by Cynthia Erivo finally presents her findings to a frustrated team of cops, lawyers, and one traumatized widow. Ralph Anderson Ben Mendelsohn has hit dead end after dead end in his quest to explain how Terry Maitland Jason Bateman was involved in the brutal murder of a young boy.
When the body of an year-old boy is found in the Georgia woods, detective Ralph Anderson launches an investigation into the gruesome murder; eyewitnesses and physical evidence point to local Ralph admits to being baffled by conflicting physical evidence; an unexpected tragedy throws the investigation into a tailspin; Glory tries to soothe her daughter Jessa, who says she's been visited After obscuring their true purpose in town from local police, Ralph and Yunis interview witnesses from the cave festival, while Holly and Andy visit the scene; later, the group considers its next Look back at the leading ladies of the s who made their mark with iconic roles and some major hairstyles, too. See the gallery. The Outsider begins with a seemingly straightforward investigation into the gruesome murder of a young boy. But when an insidious supernatural force edges its way into the case, it leads a seasoned cop and an unorthodox investigator to question everything they believe in. I don't say this often but I thought this was actually better than the novel.