|Occupation||Flower store clerk|
|Pathology|| Unclassified Killer|
|No. of Victims|| 1 killed|
|Portrayed By||Kaj-Erik Eriksen|
"What's my name? My name's Francis Goehring."
Henry's alcoholic, abusive father threw him out when he was 15. After that, his life became a series of jails and institutions. At some point, he took a job at a flower shop in Great Falls, Montana as a clerk and met Francis Goehring, a sadistic serial killer whom he served and actually developed secret romantic feelings for. He helped him abduct local women for him to torture. Frost would videotape him doing this and also clean his cottage, bury his deceased victims and tend the roses planted on their graves. After Goehring's suicide in the beginning of "Identity", Frost, who had become totally dependent of him, suffered a massive identity crisis, killed Angela Miller, the last woman he and Goehring had abducted, destroyed all pictures of his past, changed his appearance to become the spitting image of Goehring, even going so far as to cutting his face to recreate his scar. He then abducted a woman named Becky from a gas station, witnessed by the cashier, and took her to a cliff with the intent to torture her, but wasn't able to derive any true satisfaction. The BAU had tracked him down while they were investigating Goehring's murders. The local police deputized a local militia leader and former sniper to kill him if they weren't able to talk him down. Frost refused to surrender and pushed Becky aside, raised his assault rifle and was consequently shot in the back, severing his spine and cutting his main artery, and killed.
Modus Operandi Edit
Frost killed Angela Miller simply by shooting her in the back. When he abducted Becky, he attempted to recreate Goehring's style of torture, but wasn't able to do it full-heartedly since he wasn't a sexual sadist like Goehring.
Known Victims Edit
- November 5: Angela Miller (was abducted by Frost and Goehring together; shot by him after Goehring's death)
- November 7:
- Becky (abducted, attempted to torture and intended to kill; was rescued)
- Aaron Hotchner (attempted to shoot)