Warning: If you don't want to know what happened in this episode, don't read this photo recap! Jessica is awaken in the middle of the night by her son Dave's screams. He's been stabbed by his sister with a mysterious fishing hook.
When Mike visited the hospital that Katie and Dave are convalescing, he had no idea he'd be walking into an art gallery! But seriously, Katie is drawing eerie pictures of Candle Cove's Bravery Cave.
Marla does some of her own digging to try and put this mystery to bed. She visits the public broadcasting office, and encounters this guy, who totally geeks out on Candle Cove.
Only thing is, this guy doesn't have a real recording of Candle Cove, just some fan flick he made of it. Turns out, the broadcast of the original was un-recordable…
Katie tells Mike that the answers he seeks are inside the cave. Bravery Cave. Does everything in Candle Cove rhyme?
Then after Mike leaves, that weird tooth monster comes into Katie's room, and starts whispering sweet nothings in her ear.
Mike gives his daughter a ring, and they have a nice little chat. That is until she stares blankly into an empty room, and tells her father the same thing that Katie did: "You have to go inside."
Marla helps Mike decipher the drawing. Turns out all the scribbles map to a location in the town. Candle Cove is Iron Hill! The two then realize exactly where Bravery Cave is - an old warehouse where Eddie and Mike used to play, against Marla's advisement.
Mike is drawn by the faint image of his brother, Eddie, deep into the caverns of the cement plant. Can you believe the two of them used to hang out in this industrial wonderland?
What he finds is this skeleton chilling inside a circle of recently lit candles. But who could this bag of bones be?
Gary the sheriff swoops in to investigate the scene. They're thinking the skeleton might belong to the long lost Eddie Painter.
Mike is tossing and turning in bed after a rough day of possibly locating his brother's corpse. And then this thing shows up. No hope for sleep.
Mike later confesses to Marla that it was he who stabbed his brother Eddie with the hook all those years ago. And then he buried him in the woods. But it was not him who brought Eddie's corpse to the warehouse.
Marla wants nothing more of Mike's confessions, and asks him to leave. When he doesn't, she cuts him. Cuts him good.
Well, when Gary hears about the whole ordeal, he puts Mike in the back of his car, and drives him to an unknown location.
And meanwhile, local teacher Mrs. Booth is feeding the Tooth Child some teeth. What exactly is going on?