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Unrelated Murders is the sixty-third episode of the anime.


One day before retiring, Inspector Weißbach, who was initially assigned to investigate the case of the Lieberts' murders, escorts Reinhard Dinger, a convicted serial killer.

Dinger, who worked as a taxi driver, explains that he killed his victims because they had unmoral behaviors: having sex in the back of his car, spitting on him, a prostitute who tried to pay for her trip with her body, all of them were trash, according to DInger. Weißbach then asks Dinger how his last victim, a banker, would be considered trash. Weißbach points out that the banker was about to reveal a massive financial scandal before his death. Dinger says he had no choice in that case.

Dinger recalls the time that he saw a man beating his dog in a park. Dinger, angered, started hitting the man until the police came and stopped him. A boy then appeared and said that the man had started fighting first and, thus, Dinger was not arrested. Dinger offered the boy to drive him home, but the boy said he had no home and, on top of that, he was accompanied by her twin sister and both of them looked like they have escaped from the hospital. Weißbach infers that the twins he talked about were Johan and Anna Liebert.

Dr. Gillen interviews several murderers who also committed killings that did not match their usual modus operandi. A man that thought that he was a vampire tells how a young man, who he refer to as "the real thing" and a "real vampire" wrote a girl's name in a sandbox in a park in Griesheim asking him to kill her.

Another one, who kills people because the aliens ordered him to, just killed someone outside of his regular area. The man says that he met a real alien who inspired him and asked him to kill, he also tells that he met this alien in a park in Griesheim.

Dr. Gillen and Inspector Weißbach meet and realize that the three men killed their latest victims because they were asked to by a young man who, most likely, was Johan Liebert.


Episodes of Monster
1. Herr Dr. Tenma • 2. Downfall • 3. A Murder • 4. Night of the Execution • 5. The Girl from Heidelberg
6. Disappearance Report • 7. Mansion of Tragedy • 8. The Fugitive • 9. The Girl and the Seasoned Soldier
10. An Erased Past • 11. Kinderheim 511 • 12. Modest Experiment • 13. Petra and Schumann • 14. Left Behind
15. Be My Baby • 16. Wolf's Confession • 17. Reunion • 18. Five Sugars • 19. Monster's Abyss • 20. Journey to Freiham
21. Happy Holidays • 22. Lunge's Trap • 23. Eva's Confession • 24. Of Men and Dining 25. Thursday's Boy
26. The Secret Woods • 27. Proof • 28. Just One Case • 29. Execution • 30. Decision • 31. In Broad Daylight
32. Sanctuary • 33. A Child's View • 34. At the Edge of Darkness • 35. My Nameless Hero • 36. The Monster of Chaos
37. A Nameless Monster • 38. The Demon in My Eyes • 39. The Hell in His Eyes • 40. Grimmer • 41. The Ghost of 511
42. The Adventures of the Magnificent Steiner • 43. Detective Suk • 44. Double Darkness • 45. The Monster's Afterimage
46. Contact • 47. The Door to Nightmares • 48. The Scariest Thing • 49. The Cruelest Thing • 50. The Rose Mansion
51. The Monster's Love Letter • 52. The Lawyer • 53. Determination • 54. The Escape • 55. Room 402
56. The Never-Ending Journey • 57. That Night • 58. I Hate This Job • 59. The Man Who Saw the Devil
60. The Man Who Knew Too Much • 61. The Door to Memories • 62. A Pleasant Dinner Table • 63. Unrelated Murders
64. The Baby's Depression • 65. Johan's Footprints • 66. Welcome Home • 67. I'm Back • 68. Ruhenheim
69. The Peaceful House • 70. The Town Massacre • 71. The Wrath of the Magnificent Steiner • 72. A Nameless Man
73. The Landscape of the End • 74. The Real Monster