Pie is Home. People Always Come Home.
The Winchester brothers are drawn to Coeur d'Coeurs when a group of hunters sends them a video of a man bringing the dead back to life. Is there really a hunt to be had, or has the footage they've been given somehow been doctored?
"The video was a string of security footage lifted from a morgue right there in Coeur d’Coeurs. In the video, sent to them through Bobby by a couple of hunting buddies that had passed through the area, a man taps a murder victim on the shoulder, asks him how he was murdered, and less than a minute later taps him once again, sending the victim straight back to their grave. It was ridiculous, of course. Impossible. But that was the Winchester brothers’ line of work, cracking cases of the absurd and keeping normal folks safe, and that was exactly what Sam and Dean intended to do. Crack the case. That is, if there was any case to be had in the first place. "
- Part 1 of Pie is Home. People Always Come Home.
When Emerson comes to Ned with a new case, Dean realizes that the killer they're looking for might not be human.
"For now, his attention needed to be on Tennessee Davis from Davis, Tennessee, the poor girl that had been slashed to death on the way to her first real gig. This could have been her big break, Dean thought. That is, if she was as good at singing and playing guitar as she was beautiful. But as he gazed up from the tag at Tennessee’s feet and looked upon her now, he felt that her striking good looks were completely diminished by the fact that she was, in fact, dead. Her body had been sliced up pretty good. Marks covered her face and neck, and even though her body was mostly obscured by a great white sheet it was easy to assume what gory nightmare lied just beneath. But that fact didn’t seem to stop Ned from getting in close, checking his watch with an apprehensive huff."
- Part 2 of Pie is Home. People Always Come Home.