At the start of the chapter, Ethan is sitting at his kitchen table. He is exhausted and thinks about what could have happened to Shaun. He opens and reads a mysterious letter.
The letter says,
- When the parents came home from church,
- all their children were gone.
- They searched and called for them,
- they cried and begged,
- but it was all to no avail.
- The children have never been seen again.
Saddened and confused by the letter's message, Ethan looks in the envelope and finds a ticket to a subway station luggage locker. He realizes he has no choice but to find out what the locker holds. At the same time, he suspects he may be to blame for Shaun's disappearance and the other killings. He has realized his blackouts and the killings may be linked.
Now the player has the choice on how Ethan gets to his car. He can fight through the crowd in front of his home or stay in the house and get out through the back door and around the back alley. Whatever you choose, Ethan makes it to his car and drives toward Lexington Station.
- VIP – Leave home without being spotted by the journalists.
Chapters played as Ethan (in chronological order) - Prologue | The Mall | Father and Son | The Shrink | The Park | Where's Shaun? | Paparazzi | Lexington Station | The Motel | The Bear | The Butterfly | The Lizard | Fugitive | The Shark | On the Loose | The Rat | The Old Warehouse
Chapters played as Scott (in chronological order) - Sleazy Place | Hassan's Shop | Suicide Baby | A Visitor | Kramer's Party | The Golf Club | Manfred | Eureka | The Cemetery | Flowers on the Grave | Trapped | Face to Face | Hold My Hand | Origami Killer
Chapters played as Norman (in chronological order) - Crime Scene | Welcome, Norman | Kick Off Meeting | Nathaniel | Covered Market | Shrink and Punches | Jayden Blues | Under Arrest | Mad Jack | Fish Tank | Solving the Puzzle | The Old Warehouse