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Used in the episode [[2.07 The Usual Suspects]], when Dean is explaining the concept of anagrams during his 'Confession', Redrum is his example. More evidence that 'The Shining' is Dean's favorite movie.
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===[[2.07 The Usual Suspects]]===
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'''Sam:''' Anagram, maybe?<br>
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And<br>
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'''Dean:''' I think it's an anagram. <br>
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'''Kraus:''' A what? <br>
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'''Dean:''' An anagram. Same letters, different words. <br>
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And<br>
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'''Dean:''' You know, it's, uh, maybe word fragments... other times, it's anagrams. <br>
  
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==See also==
[[Category:Pad of Definitions]]
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*[[Anagram]]
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*[[The Shining]]
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[[Category:Library]][[Category:Popular Culture]][[Category:Pad of Definitions]]

Latest revision as of 22:49, 6 June 2016

Redrum

The word murder spelled backwards. It was first used in "The Shining" by Stephen King and then in both the film and the miniseries that were made based on the book.

Pad of Definitions (2.07 The Usual Suspects), Official Website

2.07 The Usual Suspects

Sam: Anagram, maybe?
And
Dean: I think it's an anagram.
Kraus: A what?
Dean: An anagram. Same letters, different words.
And
Dean: You know, it's, uh, maybe word fragments... other times, it's anagrams.

See also