Throughout the beginning of the second season, Graham, who is now institutionalized, attempts to convince his skeptical former colleagues that Lecter is the real killer and begins pulling strings from within his cell in order to expose him.

Meanwhile, Lecter begins to manipulate evidence from the outside, exonerating himself after the FBI's initial investigations into Graham's claims.

Eventually, Graham persuades his friend and colleague Beverly Katz Hetienne Park , a forensic scientist, to investigate Lecter in exchange for help on a case. She breaks into Lecter's house, where she finds evidence of his guilt.

Lecter catches her, however, and kills her; he then sections her body vertically and displays it in tableau. Angry and vengeful, Graham convinces a deranged hospital orderly Jonathan Tucker to try to kill Lecter, but the attempt fails.

Graham resumes therapy with Lecter as an attempt to entrap him. Lecter becomes aware of the ruse, but is fascinated by the experience and allows it to continue in an attempt to examine his connection with Graham, which quickly grows into a close bond.

In an attempt to push Graham into becoming a killer, Lecter sends his psychotic former patient Randall Tier Mark O'Brien after him, and Graham kills and mutilates Tier — just as Lecter hoped he would.

Graham shares a meal with Lecter of what is implied to be her flesh, but it is soon revealed that Lounds is still alive and conspiring with Graham and Crawford to draw Lecter into their trap.

Lecter and Graham acquire a common enemy in Mason Verger Michael Pitt , a wealthy sadist whom they both despise for emotionally and sexually abusing his twin sister Margot Katharine Isabelle.

Verger makes a deal with Graham to kill Lecter, secretly planning to feed them both to his prize pigs; however, Graham changes his mind and frees Lecter, allowing them both to escape.

Lecter then takes Verger hostage in Graham's house. He gives him a hallucinogenic drug cocktail, and tells him to cut off pieces of his own face and feed them to Graham's dogs. With Graham's tacit approval, Lecter then breaks Verger's neck with his bare hands, paralyzing him.

In the second-season finale, Crawford arrives at Lecter's house to arrest him. In the ensuing struggle, Lecter seriously wounds Crawford, while a very much alive Abigail Hobbs pushes Bloom out of a window.

Lecter then stabs Graham and cuts Abigail's throat in front of him, and leaves them as he flees before the police arrive. He is shown in a post-credits scene aboard a flight to France with his psychiatrist, Bedelia Du Maurier Gillian Anderson.

The third season amends the series' continuity to incorporate events from the novel Hannibal. It also changes Lecter's origin story: in this continuity, Lecter's sister Mischa was murdered, cannibalized, and fed to him by a peasant in his native Lithuania , who would eventually become his prisoner.

Months after his escape, Lecter is living in Florence with Du Maurier, working as a museum curator under the alias "Dr. Fell" — having murdered the original curator and stolen his identity.

Lecter kills Pazzi and tries to flee the country, but is accosted by Crawford, who engages him in brutal hand-to-hand combat. Meanwhile, Graham goes looking for Lecter with the help of the doctor's family servant Chiyoh Tao Okamoto , traveling to his adversary's home country to find out more about him.

Lecter manages to escape from Crawford and meet up with Graham when he arrives to Italy again. Graham makes peace with Lecter before pulling a knife on him, but Chiyoh shoots and wounds Graham.

Lecter takes Graham back to his villa and tries to perform a craniotomy on him in front of Crawford, but is interrupted by Italian detectives on Verger's payroll, who deliver them both to Verger's estate in Maryland.

Influenced by Graham, Bloom frees Lecter, who suggests that Margot kill her brother, promising to take the blame. Lecter then kills Doemling, who is about to surgically remove Graham's face and graft it onto Verger's, and later instructs Margot and Bloom on how to milk the unconscious Verger's prostate to give Margot the sperm she needs to conceive a child and thus inherit the Verger family fortune.

After Margot kills her brother, Lecter goes to Graham's house, carrying wounded and unconscious Graham. When Graham wakes up, he allows Lecter to escape, claiming that he never wants to see him again.

To spite Graham, Lecter surrenders to Crawford later that evening and is taken into custody. Lecter is found insane at his trial, and incarcerated in the Baltimore Hospital for the Criminally Insane, under Chilton and Bloom's care.

Three years later, Graham visits him at the hospital to ask for help in profiling a serial killer dubbed "The Tooth Fairy", who murders entire families. Dolarhyde attacks and wounds Graham's wife, Molly Nina Arianda.

Bloom and Crawford threaten to take away Lecter's hospital privileges unless he lets them listen in on his conversations with Dolarhyde. Lecter complies, but then suddenly tells Dolarhyde they are listening.

Bloom punishes him by taking away his books and toilet, and confining him in a straitjacket and muzzle. Dolarhyde, enraged by the "bad review", abducts, burns and disfigures Chilton, and sends Lecter Chilton's severed lips, one of which Lecter eats.

Lecter goes with Graham on a police convoy, to be transferred to another facility in order to eventually draw the killer out.

However, Graham has made a deal with Dolarhyde to free Lecter, and Dolarhyde attacks the convoy, killing the guards and letting Lecter and Graham live. Lecter then takes Graham to a secluded clifftop cottage where he previously held Abigail Hobbs and Miriam Lass.

Dolarhyde tracks them down and attacks them, shooting Lecter in the back and stabbing Graham in the face. Though they are both badly wounded, Lecter and Graham manage to get the better of Dolarhyde and kill him together: Graham slices open Dolarhyde's chest, while Lecter tears out his throat with his teeth.

Lecter and Graham then embrace, before Graham pushes them both off a cliff. Their ultimate fate is left ambiguous; a post-credits scene shows Du Maurier dining on her own leg at a table set for three.

The emotional relationship between Graham and Lecter forms the foundation of the series. In season 3, their developing romance has been taken from subtext into text. Because all of these characters, and particularly Bedelia, was able to call out what she had witnessed [between Lecter and Graham], it seemed like a natural conclusion.

I remember when I turned in the rewrite pages where Will asks Bedelia if Hannibal is in love with him, I got a note from Don Mancini, one of our writers who was always pushing for more homosexual text — not just context or subtext but text, text, text — and he was like, "I'm so glad you put that in there!

They said it! There is a quality to connections that go above and beyond sexuality. You can have this intimate connection with somebody that then causes you to wonder where the lines of your own sexuality are.

And we didn't quite broach the sexuality. It was certainly suggested, but the love is absolutely on the table. She [Siouxsie Sioux] was like, "I want to write this song, and what are the things I should really be thinking about?

A love story between a full-fledged psychopath and someone who has nascent psychopathic abilities. But it's a love relationship between two men: one of them is a cannibal, and one of them understands those cannibalistic instincts all too well.

Lecter is parodied in the musical Silence! The Musical , with the character being originated by actor Brent Barrett. Thomas Harris has given few interviews and did not explain where he got inspiration for Hannibal Lecter until mid Harris revealed that the character was inspired by a real-life doctor and murderer he met while visiting a prison in the city of Monterrey during a trip to Mexico in the s when he was a year-old reporter.

Harris, who would only refer to the surgeon by the fake name "Dr. Salazar", described him as a "small little pale man with dark red hair".

He added: "There was certain intelligence and elegance about him. Harris also incorporated some of these details into Buffalo Bill 's development as a killer in Silence of the Lambs. While preparing the book, Harris traveled to Italy and was present at the trial of the main suspect, Pietro Pacciani , where he was seen taking notes.

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Lecter is the same way in his head, but he looks normal and nobody could tell. Silence of the Lambs. New York City: St. Martin's Press. The Great Movies. New York City: Broadway Books.

His approach to Lecter's personality, Hopkins says on his commentary track, was inspired by HAL in : He is a dispassionate, brilliant machine, superb at logic, deficient in emotions.

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Episode 3. June 3, June 11, June 4, Episode 6. July 9, Lecter was eventually deemed sane enough to stand trail, and was found guilty of nine counts of murder.

He was sentenced to life in the institution without the possibility of parole. Chilton and Lecter's relationship was marked by mutual hatred; Chilton's status as a psychologist, his mediocrity and inflated self-importance offended Lecter, who often humiliated his keeper; while Lecter's constant mockery and elusiveness infuriated Chilton, who punished him by removing his books and toilet seat.

At the end of Red Dragon, Lecter diagnosed this form of punishment as indicative of the damnation of society by half-measures: "Any rational society would kill me, or give me my books.

During the investigation of Buffalo Bill, the two would also discuss Clarice Starling. During his time in the hospital, Lecter corresponded with many people from the psychiatric world, writing and publishing excellent essays and theories, as long as they were not related to his case.

He would also heavily criticise articles, in one instance he made Dr Doemling cry after an extremely harsh review. Graham came out of retirement in to offer his insight on the "Tooth Fairy" case and upon arriving at a dead end, went to Lecter for help.

Lecter gave Graham some valuable insights into the Tooth Fairy, but upon learning about the case, secretly sent a coded message to the killer, Francis Dolarhyde , to kill Graham and his family which would later result in Graham's permanent disfigurement and decline into alcoholism.

Starling, initially assuming the assignment was related to her studies, ended up getting him to help the FBI in the Buffalo Bill case, a serial killer who was skinning young women.

In both of these cases, Lecter used wordplay and subtle clues to help Graham and Starling arrive at the conclusions themselves, in the latter case he played a perverse game of "quid pro quo" with Starling, sharing what he knew of Buffalo Bill in exchange for details of Starling's childhood.

Bilirubin is a pigment found in feces. It is the same color as Chilton's hair, Lecter's hint that the name was fake. The film adaptation changed the name to "Louis Friend," an anagram for "iron sulfide" - fool's gold.

Starling then visited Lecter at his makeshift cell, and he gave her some final clues before making a bloody escape, killing two police officers during the ordeal. He escaped by making a "mask" from the face of one of the officers, donning the officer's uniform and pretending to be his own still-living victim so that he would be hurried away by ambulance while the authorities hunted for him.

The murdered officer, Pembry, was dressed up to look like Lecter and dropped onto the elevator. After Buffalo Bill revealed to be Jame Gumb was killled by Starling, Lecter sent letters stating he wanted revenge on Chilton for the mistreatment he suffered at the hospital.

Chilton soon disappeared, probably killed by Lecter. After plastic surgery and the removal of a distinctive sixth finger, Lecter relocated in Florence, Italy. Lecter avoided reconstruction of his nose to protect his uncanny perception of fragrances.

In Florence, he took the pseudonym "Dr. Fell, Lecter's charisma and expertise won him the recently vacated position of museum curator; Lecter had, of course, murdered the position's previous occupant and buried him in concrete.

Lecter's identity would be discovered by Florence detective Rinaldo Pazzi seven years after his escape from Memphis. Lecter had been going by the false name Dr. Fell and Pazzi, who had been disgraced when he bungled the " Il Mostro " case, saw a chance for redemption when he realized Dr.

Fell's true identity. Pazzi struck a deal with Lecter's sole surviving victim, Mason Verger to get the doctor alive so that Verger could exact his revenge by feeding Lecter to a group of specially trained boars.

In his efforts to capture Lecter, Pazzi found himself the doctor's prisoner, and he informed Lecter of his plot. After disemboweling and hanging Pazzi, Lecter returned to the United States.

Both Verger and Starling would hunt him, hoping to get to him before the other. Lecter was captured by Verger's men, but Starling rescued him. In the ensuing fight, Verger's men shot her with two darts filled with sedatives.

Lecter carried her away from the boars and convinced Margot Verger to kill her brother. Lecter left a voice message claiming responsibility for Verger's death. Lecter kept Starling in total isolation during the next few months, subjecting her to various conditioning techniques in order to systematically replace Starling's memories and personality and make her believe she was Mischa.

After breaking Starling down, Lecter kidnapped her nemesis, Paul Krendler, who was trying to discredit her, as a final test. At the rented home that Lecter was living in, Lecter performed a craniotomy on a drugged Krendler and tastefully prepared and shared his brains with Starling and Krendler himself while Krendler was still alive.

However, Lecter's plan to brainwash Starling into believing she's Mischa ultimately failed, as he utterly underestimated her strong will; Starling refused to have her own personality sublimated, mocking his efforts to turn her into his sister.

Then, she exposed her breast to Lecter and seduced him. The couple then vanished. It is stated on the last page of the novel that both Lecter and Starling were capable of murder at any time; in essence, whatever of Lecter's conditioning took created a "counterpart" of himself in Starling.

The relatively short relationship between Graham and Lecter is marked by mutual hatred. By the end of Red Dragon, Lecter is directly responsible for ruining Graham's life twice - nearly causing the deaths of Graham's wife and stepson as well.

Prior to Red Dragon, Graham had only met Lecter twice, both times very briefly, for Graham to ask Lecter routine questions; however, during their second meeting, Graham realized that Lecter was the killer he'd been seeking.

When Graham left to call in reinforcements, Lecter snuck up behind Graham, gutted him, and escaped for a brief period before authorities ultimately caught him. This was only the first time that Lecter would cause Graham's hospitalization; the second time would be by proxy, through Francis Dolarhyde.

After his life was ruined for the second time, Graham sank into an alcoholic depression in Florida. Eventually Jack Crawford and the others at the FBI, along with everyone else, stopped visiting because they saw that Will was killing himself and there was nothing they could do - it was too hard on them to see this empty shell of what Graham used to be.

While asking for Lecter's help, it was clear that were hostile feelings from both parties. Graham tried to conduct a civil partnership with Lecter, but ultimately found that he needed Lecter's help in putting himself in the right frame of mind to catch Dolarhyde.

After his attack by Dolarhyde, Graham resented Lecter and spiraled into depression and alcoholism. Lecter on the other hand wanted revenge on Graham for his imprisonment, secretly messaging the Tooth Fairy to attack Graham.

Lecter believed that he and Graham were very much alike, hence why he was captured. Starling and Lecter's relationship began with Starling's assignment from Jack Crawford to interview Lecter.

After mocking this attempt and giving her an unflattering cold reading, Starling leaves shaken. After Miggs flings semen at her, Lecter is more willing to help Starling, giving her clues to help apprehend Buffalo Bill.

Their next few meetings prove to be instrumental in their relationship. Lecter agrees to help with the Buffalo Bill case, as long as Starling plays a game of "quid pro quo", offering horrific childhood memories in exchange of information.

On the advice of Crawford, Starling offers Lecter a fake transfer offer. Lecter sees through this however. After being genuinely transferred to Memphis, Starling gives Lecter the information about herself that he craves, about her rescuing a lamb from slaughter on her relative's farm.

Lecter escapes that evening, killing five in the process. Lecter congratulates her and hopes that the lambs have finally stopped screaming. He promises not to come after her.

Seven years later, after Starling kills five people in a failed drugs raid, Lecter sends her a letter offering condolences. In his attempt to capture Lecter, Crawford sends her to interview Mason Verger, a sadistic pedophile who survived Lecter but was horrifically disfigured during the ordeal.

Verger, a wealthy pig farmer, uses his fortune to breed vicious boars to eat Lecter alive. He also uses his resources to discredit her, working with her hated enemy Paul Krendler.

He is eventually captured by Verger's henchmen and brought to his pied de terre. Ultimately Lecter is rescued by Starling and Verger's sister Margot, Starling being injured during a shootout.

Margot kills several henchmen, then murders her brother, in revenge for years of sexual abuse. Lecter takes Starling to a rented property in order to treat her injuries.

He kidnaps Krendler, and Lecter and Starling eat a meal together, the main course being Krendler's brains while he watches. After Krendler's death, Lecter attempts to brainwash Starling in becoming Lecter's beloved dead sister Mischa, but fails due to Starling's strong will.

The two become lovers and move to Buenos Aires. Lecter was a small and sleek man but was deceptively strong, described as being as strong as an ant.

His left hand had an extremely rare condition called mid ray duplication polydactyly, i. He also had small white teeth and dark, slicked-back hair with a widow's peak.

His voice was described as having a metallic rasp to it, likely from the lack of use during his imprisonment. Due to his imprisonment and lack of natural light, his skin became extremely pale.

Lecter was unique for a serial killer as he did not fit any known psychological profile, [5] though Frederick Chilton classified him as a "pure sociopath.

This was shown when Lecter viciously attacked a nurse, and his heartrate was noted to have never exceeded 85 beats per minute.

When he killed two police officers upon his escape from custody, his heartrate did not exceed 90; the heightened rate of 90 was due to the exertion of beating one of the officers to death with a police baton.

He also wasn't shallow or a drifter, as noted by Will Graham. Many in the field of psychiatry, as well as Graham, described Lecter as a "monster". Another officer labelled Lecter as a "vampire".

Lecter was an enigma to medical science, and that the term "sociopath" was only applied to him because it was believed that it was the only label that could be applied to him. Lecter himself simply described himself as being evil, stating that psychiatry is "puerile", and was wrong to categorize different kinds of evil as different behavioral conditions, and that people should be responsible for their actions.

Lecter then supported this by stating that the inconsistencies in his behavior were traits of pure evil and that he did not possess a behavioral abnormality.

Despite his brutal nature, he was adamant in social graces, frowning on discourtesy and rudeness. To those who treated him with respect, he extended the courtesy.

This was true with Barney, his caregiver in Baltimore. Barney was firm but fair and always treated him with respect. After his escape, Lecter sent Barney a generous tip and a thank you note for the decency he was shown at the hospital, and promised not to harm him.

He was also fond of Sammie, the man who replaced Miggs in the next cell, showing him kindness and sympathy despite Sammie's crime and fragile mental state.

Lecter was considered to be one of the most brilliant minds in the field of psychiatry despite his contempt for the subject. Socially, he was considered charming and an excellent host, who put on many extravagant dinner parties for his friends.

He indulged in many cultured hobbies and fields of expertise, from art, music, especially opera, literature and of course culinary. He was an excellent artist, being able to draw with both hands and could draw entire landscapes from memory.

His exceptional memory was thanks to the development at a young age of a memory palace. This allowed him to not only remember virtually anything he had learned, but to retreat to rooms within his mind whenever he was without his books or being tortured.

He was known to be an excellent cook, who cooked delicious meals for friends. The true nature of what was in the meals came out after his arrest. He was a proficient musician who could play piano to a high level, but showed stiffness in the left hand after having his sixth finger removed.

His intellect was described as being impossible to measure, being on par with the physicist Stephen Hawking. According to Barney, Lecter never lied. However, this was not true, as Lecter often misled the authorities and anyone who tried to categorise him.

When captured for the first time, he lied about his age and that he tortured animals as a child. Lecter was feared among his peers for his savage and cruel wit, many of his reviews of other people's work destroyed their reputation, even causing Dr Doemling to cry.

He was always courteous and was described by Barney as having perfect manners. Unlike many cannibalistic serial killers, Lecter did not kill for sexual or sadistic pleasure, his mentioned victims did not suffer extensive pain.

However, Will Graham believed that Lecter did enjoy the hideous things he did to his victims, and likely still does. His primary motives for murder were discourtesy, inferiority to himself, revenge and public service.

Lecter preferred using knives in his murders rather than guns, however he showed skill with a crossbow. Revenge and retribution was prominent in his murders before moving to America.

He first murdered a butcher who was rude to his aunt. He then became obsessed with hunting Mischa's killers and inflicted brutal revenge, often beheading and eating the cheeks.

During his second killing spree as a psychiatrist, he murdered those who he deemed inferior to himself or to serve a public justice.

This was highlighted when he attacked Mason Verger, a highly sadistic paedophile. His murder of Benjamin Raspail was to improve the quality of the orchestra and also found the musician to be boring and self pitying.

From his love of art and history, Lecter would inflict poetic justice on some victims. His sixth American victim, the bow hunter, was murdered and arranged in the style of the medieval drawing Wound Man, depicting many battle injuries.

Rinaldo Pazzi was hanged and disembowelled like his ancestor. Pazzi's death also paralleled the death of Judas, who was said to have hanged himself and his bowels spilling out after his betrayal of Jesus.

His penultimate victim, Donnie Barber, was arranged in the style of the Blood Eagle, a supposed Norse execution method.

Rudeness was especially heinous to Dr Lecter, describing it as "unspeakably ugly". Lecter killed his cell mate by proxy for flinging semen at Starling.

Lecter's caregiver Barney Matthews told Starling that Lecter would, whenever feasible, eat the rude, or "free range rude" as he termed them. When preparing a victim to be eaten, Lecter used his expertise to create delicious meals from them, either for himself or others.

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He rescues the wounded Starling and takes her to Krendler's rented lake house to treat her, subjecting her to a regimen of mind-altering drugs and classical conditioning in order to make her believe she is his long-dead sister Mischa.

One day, he invites her to a formal dinner where the guest and first course is Paul Krendler, whose brain they consume together. On this night, Starling tells Lecter that Mischa's memory can live within him instead of taking her place.

She then offers him her breast, and they become lovers. Fearing for his life, Barney leaves Buenos Aires immediately, never to return. Harris wrote a prequel, Hannibal Rising , after film producer Dino De Laurentiis who owned the cinematic rights to the Lecter character announced an intended film project depicting Lecter's childhood and development into a serial killer with or without Harris' help.

Harris would also write the film's screenplay. The novel chronicles Lecter's early life, from his birth into an aristocratic family in Lithuania in , to being orphaned, along with his beloved sister Mischa, in when a Nazi Stuka bomber attacks a Soviet tank in front of their forest hideaway.

Shortly thereafter, he and Mischa are captured by a band of Nazi collaborators , who murder and cannibalize Mischa before her brother's eyes; Lecter later learns that the collaborators also fed him Mischa's remains.

Irreparably traumatized, Lecter escapes from the deserters and wanders through the forest, dazed and unable to speak. He is found and taken back to his family's old castle, which had been converted into a Soviet orphanage, where he is bullied by the other children and abused by the dean.

He runs away to find his uncle Robert, who he learns has died, and his Japanese wife, Lady Murasaki, who nurses him back to health and teaches him to speak again.

Lecter forms a close, pseudo-romantic relationship with his step-aunt. During this time he also shows great intellectual aptitude, entering medical school at a young age and distinguishing himself.

Despite his seemingly comfortable life, Lecter is consumed by a savage obsession with avenging Mischa's death. He kills for the first time as a teenager, beheading a racist fishmonger who insulted Murasaki.

He then methodically tracks down, tortures , and murders each of the men who had killed his sister. In the process of taking his revenge, he forsakes his relationship with Murasaki and seemingly loses all traces of his humanity.

The novel ends with Lecter being accepted to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Red Dragon was first adapted to film in as the Michael Mann film Manhunter , although the spelling of Lecter's name was changed to "Lecktor".

He was played by actor Brian Cox. Hopkins' Academy Award—winning performance made Lecter into a cultural icon. In , Hannibal was adapted to film, with Hopkins reprising his role.

In the film adaptation , the ending is revised: Starling attempts to apprehend Lecter, who escapes after cutting off his own hand to free himself from her handcuffs. Hopkins wrote a screenplay for a Hannibal sequel, ending with Starling killing Lecter, but it was never produced.

In late , the novel Hannibal Rising was adapted into the film of the same name , which portrayed Lecter's development into a serial killer. In the film, which was finished by , eight-year-old Lecter is portrayed by Aaran Thomas, while Gaspard Ulliel portrays him as a young man.

Both the novel and film received generally negative critical reviews, although Ulliel's performance as Lecter was praised. Fuller commented on Mikkelsen's version of Lecter: "What I love about Mads' approach to the character is that, in our first meeting, he was adamant that he didn't want to do Hopkins or Cox.

He talked about the character not so much as 'Hannibal Lecter the cannibal psychiatrist', but as Satan — this fallen angel who's enamoured with mankind and had an affinity for who we are as people, but was definitely not among us — he was other.

I thought that was a really cool, interesting approach, because I love science fiction and horror and — not that we'd ever do anything deliberately to suggest this — but having it subtextually play as him being Lucifer felt like a really interesting kink to the series.

It was slightly different than anything that's been done before and it also gives it a slightly more epic quality if you watch the show through the prism of, 'This is Satan at work, tempting someone with the apple of their psyche'.

It appealed to all of those genre things that get me excited about any sort of entertainment. The first season amends the series' continuity so that Graham and Lecter first work together during the hunt for Garrett Jacob Hobbs Vladimir Jon Cubrt , the "Minnesota Shrike", a serial killer who preys on college girls.

During the investigation, Lecter secretly calls Hobbs to tip him off that Graham is on to him. As a result, Hobbs turns on his own family, killing his wife and trying to kill his daughter Abigail Kacey Rohl as Graham charges in and shoots him dead.

Lecter and Graham also become father figures to Abigail, and cover for her when they discover that she was her father's accomplice. Lecter is fascinated by Graham's ability to empathize with psychopaths, and he spends much of the series trying to undermine Graham's fragile sanity and push him into becoming a killer.

To this end, Lecter prevents Graham from learning that he has advanced encephalitis , just to see how Graham would function under the circumstances.

Throughout the beginning of the second season, Graham, who is now institutionalized, attempts to convince his skeptical former colleagues that Lecter is the real killer and begins pulling strings from within his cell in order to expose him.

Meanwhile, Lecter begins to manipulate evidence from the outside, exonerating himself after the FBI's initial investigations into Graham's claims.

Eventually, Graham persuades his friend and colleague Beverly Katz Hetienne Park , a forensic scientist, to investigate Lecter in exchange for help on a case. She breaks into Lecter's house, where she finds evidence of his guilt.

Lecter catches her, however, and kills her; he then sections her body vertically and displays it in tableau. Angry and vengeful, Graham convinces a deranged hospital orderly Jonathan Tucker to try to kill Lecter, but the attempt fails.

Graham resumes therapy with Lecter as an attempt to entrap him. Lecter becomes aware of the ruse, but is fascinated by the experience and allows it to continue in an attempt to examine his connection with Graham, which quickly grows into a close bond.

In an attempt to push Graham into becoming a killer, Lecter sends his psychotic former patient Randall Tier Mark O'Brien after him, and Graham kills and mutilates Tier — just as Lecter hoped he would.

Graham shares a meal with Lecter of what is implied to be her flesh, but it is soon revealed that Lounds is still alive and conspiring with Graham and Crawford to draw Lecter into their trap.

Lecter and Graham acquire a common enemy in Mason Verger Michael Pitt , a wealthy sadist whom they both despise for emotionally and sexually abusing his twin sister Margot Katharine Isabelle.

Verger makes a deal with Graham to kill Lecter, secretly planning to feed them both to his prize pigs; however, Graham changes his mind and frees Lecter, allowing them both to escape.

Lecter then takes Verger hostage in Graham's house. He gives him a hallucinogenic drug cocktail, and tells him to cut off pieces of his own face and feed them to Graham's dogs.

With Graham's tacit approval, Lecter then breaks Verger's neck with his bare hands, paralyzing him. In the second-season finale, Crawford arrives at Lecter's house to arrest him.

In the ensuing struggle, Lecter seriously wounds Crawford, while a very much alive Abigail Hobbs pushes Bloom out of a window. Lecter then stabs Graham and cuts Abigail's throat in front of him, and leaves them as he flees before the police arrive.

He is shown in a post-credits scene aboard a flight to France with his psychiatrist, Bedelia Du Maurier Gillian Anderson. The third season amends the series' continuity to incorporate events from the novel Hannibal.

It also changes Lecter's origin story: in this continuity, Lecter's sister Mischa was murdered, cannibalized, and fed to him by a peasant in his native Lithuania , who would eventually become his prisoner.

Months after his escape, Lecter is living in Florence with Du Maurier, working as a museum curator under the alias "Dr. Fell" — having murdered the original curator and stolen his identity.

Lecter kills Pazzi and tries to flee the country, but is accosted by Crawford, who engages him in brutal hand-to-hand combat.

Meanwhile, Graham goes looking for Lecter with the help of the doctor's family servant Chiyoh Tao Okamoto , traveling to his adversary's home country to find out more about him.

Lecter manages to escape from Crawford and meet up with Graham when he arrives to Italy again. Graham makes peace with Lecter before pulling a knife on him, but Chiyoh shoots and wounds Graham.

Lecter takes Graham back to his villa and tries to perform a craniotomy on him in front of Crawford, but is interrupted by Italian detectives on Verger's payroll, who deliver them both to Verger's estate in Maryland.

Influenced by Graham, Bloom frees Lecter, who suggests that Margot kill her brother, promising to take the blame. Lecter then kills Doemling, who is about to surgically remove Graham's face and graft it onto Verger's, and later instructs Margot and Bloom on how to milk the unconscious Verger's prostate to give Margot the sperm she needs to conceive a child and thus inherit the Verger family fortune.

After Margot kills her brother, Lecter goes to Graham's house, carrying wounded and unconscious Graham. When Graham wakes up, he allows Lecter to escape, claiming that he never wants to see him again.

To spite Graham, Lecter surrenders to Crawford later that evening and is taken into custody. Lecter is found insane at his trial, and incarcerated in the Baltimore Hospital for the Criminally Insane, under Chilton and Bloom's care.

Three years later, Graham visits him at the hospital to ask for help in profiling a serial killer dubbed "The Tooth Fairy", who murders entire families.

Dolarhyde attacks and wounds Graham's wife, Molly Nina Arianda. Bloom and Crawford threaten to take away Lecter's hospital privileges unless he lets them listen in on his conversations with Dolarhyde.

Lecter complies, but then suddenly tells Dolarhyde they are listening. Bloom punishes him by taking away his books and toilet, and confining him in a straitjacket and muzzle.

Dolarhyde, enraged by the "bad review", abducts, burns and disfigures Chilton, and sends Lecter Chilton's severed lips, one of which Lecter eats. Lecter goes with Graham on a police convoy, to be transferred to another facility in order to eventually draw the killer out.

However, Graham has made a deal with Dolarhyde to free Lecter, and Dolarhyde attacks the convoy, killing the guards and letting Lecter and Graham live. Lecter then takes Graham to a secluded clifftop cottage where he previously held Abigail Hobbs and Miriam Lass.

Dolarhyde tracks them down and attacks them, shooting Lecter in the back and stabbing Graham in the face. Though they are both badly wounded, Lecter and Graham manage to get the better of Dolarhyde and kill him together: Graham slices open Dolarhyde's chest, while Lecter tears out his throat with his teeth.

Lecter and Graham then embrace, before Graham pushes them both off a cliff. Their ultimate fate is left ambiguous; a post-credits scene shows Du Maurier dining on her own leg at a table set for three.

The emotional relationship between Graham and Lecter forms the foundation of the series. In season 3, their developing romance has been taken from subtext into text. Because all of these characters, and particularly Bedelia, was able to call out what she had witnessed [between Lecter and Graham], it seemed like a natural conclusion.

I remember when I turned in the rewrite pages where Will asks Bedelia if Hannibal is in love with him, I got a note from Don Mancini, one of our writers who was always pushing for more homosexual text — not just context or subtext but text, text, text — and he was like, "I'm so glad you put that in there!

They said it! There is a quality to connections that go above and beyond sexuality. You can have this intimate connection with somebody that then causes you to wonder where the lines of your own sexuality are.

And we didn't quite broach the sexuality. It was certainly suggested, but the love is absolutely on the table. She [Siouxsie Sioux] was like, "I want to write this song, and what are the things I should really be thinking about?

A love story between a full-fledged psychopath and someone who has nascent psychopathic abilities. But it's a love relationship between two men: one of them is a cannibal, and one of them understands those cannibalistic instincts all too well.

Lecter is parodied in the musical Silence! The Musical , with the character being originated by actor Brent Barrett. Thomas Harris has given few interviews and did not explain where he got inspiration for Hannibal Lecter until mid Harris revealed that the character was inspired by a real-life doctor and murderer he met while visiting a prison in the city of Monterrey during a trip to Mexico in the s when he was a year-old reporter.

Harris, who would only refer to the surgeon by the fake name "Dr. Salazar", described him as a "small little pale man with dark red hair".

He added: "There was certain intelligence and elegance about him. Harris also incorporated some of these details into Buffalo Bill 's development as a killer in Silence of the Lambs.

While preparing the book, Harris traveled to Italy and was present at the trial of the main suspect, Pietro Pacciani , where he was seen taking notes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This article is about the character. For the franchise, see Hannibal Lecter franchise. Main article: Hannibal Lecter franchise.

Main article: Hannibal TV series. Novels portal. American Film Institute. June Retrieved June 1, Entertainment Weekly. New York City: Meredith Corporation. Retrieved July 7, Red Dragon. He's a monster.

I think of him as one of those pitiful things that are born in hospitals from time to time. They feed it, and keep it warm, but they don't put it on the machines and it dies. Lecter is the same way in his head, but he looks normal and nobody could tell.

Silence of the Lambs. New York City: St. Martin's Press. One winter day, however, a Soviet tank stopped by the lodge demanding for water, only to be bombed by a Nazi Stuka.

Lecter's parents, tutor, and family retainers were all killed by the resulting blast, and he and Mischa were held captive when a group of former Lithuanian Hilfswillige stormed and looted the lodge.

With all sources of food expired, Mischa was killed and cannibalized by said group, but Lecter escaped, only to be severely traumatized by his sister's death and was rendered temporarily mute short while.

Mischa's death would haunt Lecter for the rest of his life; he would later explain that it destroyed his faith in God, and thereafter he believed that there was no real justice in the world.

After the looters fled, Lecter wandered the forests with a shackle around his neck which stripped away pieces of his skin leaving a scar that would never truly heal , and carrying his father's binoculars, which stayed with him for many years.

He was found by a Soviets tank crew, who returned him to his family's castle, which had been converted into an orphanage.

The war had many lasting effects on the children, and many of them became bullies. While living there, he frequently attacked and severely wounded many of his fellow orphans, but only those who bullied, hurt or insulted others.

Lecter called on his memories of the leader of the group of looters, Vladis Grutas , to inspire the anger necessary to hurt the bullies. He was well-behaved around the younger orphans, often letting them tease him a little, letting them believe him to be a crazed deaf-mute, and giving them his treats that he rarely received.

By age 13, Lecter was picked up from the orphanage by his uncle Count Robert Lecter , who brought him to his home in France.

He formed a close relationship with his aunt, the Lady Murasaki , with whom he instantly fell in love. He was educated at home on his uncle's estate on the banks of the Essonne ; his uncle encouraged him to take up painting while his aunt taught him aspects of Japanese culture.

Still mute and disturbed by his sister's death, he saw the psychiatrist, Doctor Rufin. At age 13, he attacked a local butcher, Paul Momund , in retaliation for an obscene insult to his aunt.

Robert Lecter died from a heart attack during a further confrontation with Momund. An enraged Lecter then committed his first murder, slashing Momund with a Tanto that had belonged to his aunt's samurai ancestor, Date Masamune.

He then beheaded Momund and, after receiving a tip from his aunt's chef whilst they prepared a fish, sliced off his victim's cheeks and ate them, his first willful act of cannibalism.

He then presented the decapitated head to Masamune. The murder brought Lecter to the attention of Inspector Pascal Popil , who intuitively grasped that he was guilty and pressed him to confess. Lecter proved impenetrable, even passing a lie detector test; thanks to Lady Murasaki's intervention, he escaped any blame.

Following her husband's death, Lady Murasaki moved to a flat in Paris, where Lecter attended a boarding school. Popil, who was fascinated by both Lecter and Lady Murasaki, remained in close contact with them.

He had been alerted to the survival of the Totenkopfs who had held him prisoner, when he found a painting looted from his father's collection for sale in a Paris gallery. In , he returned to Lithuania and the scene of his sister's murder.

He excavated the ruins of the lodge where his family died and, upon finding Mischa's remains, gave her a proper burial. He also unearthed the dog-tags of the group of deserters who had killed her.

One member of the group, Enrikas Dortlich , now an officer in the Soviet Border Guards, arrived at the scene intent on killing Lecter. Lecter, however, was not caught off guard and instead murdered Dortlich.

Once again, Lecter consumed his victim's cheeks. Dortlich's murder put the group on alert and, due to the similarity of Lecter's first murder, placed him under renewed suspicion from Popil.

Grutas dispatched a second member of the group, Zigmas Milko , to eliminate the problem by either bribing Lecter or killing him. Lecter killed Milko instead, drowning him in formaldehyde.

Both Popil and Lady Murasaki try to dissuade him from hunting the gang. During a confrontation with Lady Murasaki, Lecter almost had sex with her, but relented at the last minute, claiming he had made a promise to Mischa.

He attacked Grutas in his home but Grutas was rescued by his bodyguards. Grutas kidnapped Lady Murasaki and used her as a lure to draw Lecter to his death. Lecter, donning the Tanto, tracked Grutas to his houseboat.

In a final confrontation, Grutas claimed that Lecter too had consumed his sister in broth fed to him by the soldiers, and it was to keep this fact secret that he was killing them. Enraged, Lecter eviscerated him by repeatedly carving his sister's initial into his body.

Lady Murasaki was disturbed by his behavior and fled from him even after he told her that he loved her.

Popil arrested Lecter for the murders, but there was little incentive for a trial; no evidence could be conclusively tied to him, and all the victims had been slavers and war criminals.

His victims' association with the Nazis led Lecter to become something of a cause celebre in France, with communists and students marching for his release. Lady Murasaki visited him one last time while he was being held by the police, and saw that he had become completely emotionless.

After receiving references from Doctor Dumas and from the head of the Police Forensic Laboratory, for whom he has worked as a volunteer, Lecter was released. He left France, killing the final member of the group, Bronys Grentz , while on a vacation in Montreal, before returning to his internship in Baltimore.

Lecter's drawings led to an internship at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland, where he graduated with a degree in medicine and eventually settled.

Lecter established a psychiatric practice in Baltimore in the s. He became a leading figure in Baltimore society and indulged his extravagant tastes, which he financed by influencing some of his patients to bequeath him large sums of money in their wills.

He became world-renowned as a brilliant clinical psychiatrist, but he had nothing but disdain for psychology; he would later say he didn't consider it a science, criticizing it as "puerile", and comment that most psychology departments were filled with "ham radio enthusiasts and other personality-deficient buffs".

He also mocked the way serial killers were categorized into "organised and disorganized" but wasn't interested to offer an alternative.

During the mid 's in America, Lecter embarked on a second killing spree, killing at least nine people and attempting to kill three others.

Mason Verger , the fourth person Lecter attacked, was one known survivor, having went through psychiatric counselling with Lecter as part of a court-order after being convicted of child molestation, and for viciously raping his own sister, Margot , who also went to Lecter for counselling.

Verger invited Lecter to his home in Owings Mills one night after a session. Lecter drugged Verger with hallucinogenic drugs and suggested he try cutting off his own face with a mirror shard.

Verger complied and, again at Lecter's suggestion, fed most of his face to his dogs and ate his own nose. Lecter then broke Verger's neck with a rope used for auto-erotic asphyxiation and left him to die.

Later, the dogs were taken to an animal shelter to have their stomachs pumped which led to the retrieval of Verger's lips and parts of his forehead; however, the skin graft was unsuccessful.

Verger survived, but was left hideously disfigured and forever confined to a life support machine. Benjamin Raspail was Lecter's ninth and final known murder victim in the Chesapeake series before his incarceration.

Raspail was a not-so-talented flautist with the Baltimore Philharmonic Orchestra, and it is believed that Lecter killed him because his musicianship, or lack thereof, spoiled the orchestra's concerts; he was also a patient of Lecter's.

Lecter would claim to Clarice Starling that the reason for Raspail's death was that Lecter "got sick and tired of his whining" during their appointments.

Raspail's body would be discovered sitting in a church pew with his thymus and pancreas missing, and his heart pierced. It is believed Lecter served these organs at a dinner party he held for the orchestra's board of directors.

The president of the board was later to have developed an alcohol problem and anorexia. Raspail was the former lover of Jame Gumb , who would later be involved in Lecter's life as the serial killer dubbed "Buffalo Bill".

Not much is known about his other victims in this series or how they were killed. They can be presumed to have been mutilated and in most cases, eaten.

In at least one case, he prepared his victim as an eloquent meal and shared his remains with the victim's fellow musicians.

Victims included a person who initially survived, and was taken to a private mental hospital in Denver, Colorado. Others included a bow hunter , a census taker whose liver he ate with "fava beans and a big Amarone", and a Princeton student whom he buried.

Lecter was given sodium amytal by the FBI in the hopes of learning where he buried the student; but Lecter, instead of giving them the location of the buried student, gave them a recipe for potato chip dip, the implication being that the student was in the dip.

He had trained himself previously by administering self-hypnosis in case he was ever administered hypnotic drugs. Lecter committed his last three known murders within a nine day span.

Lecter was caught in March or April by Will Graham , an FBI Special Agent and profiler who was investigating a series of murders in the Baltimore area committed by a cannibalistic serial killer, and had sought Lecter out after discovering he'd treated one of the victims for a hunting wound.

When Graham questioned Lecter at his psychiatric practice, he noticed some antique medical books in his office. Upon seeing these, Graham instinctively knew Lecter was the killer he sought; the sixth victim had been killed in his workshop and laced to a pegboard in a manner reminiscent of Wound Man , an illustration used in many early medical books.

Graham realized that the hunting wound that led him to Lecter was similar to one in the illustration which inspired Lecter to further emulate the illustration. Graham left to call the police, but Lecter crept up from behind and stabbed him with a linoleum knife, nearly disembowelling him.

After Lecter's arrest, Graham was briefly committed to a mental institution and retired upon recovering from his wounds. The courts found Lecter insane; this spared him the death penalty.

He was instead sent to the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane for nine consecutive life terms, under administrator Frederick Chilton.

Many of the families of his victims pursued lawsuits against Lecter to have their files destroyed. The FBI exhumed the graves of four patients who had died under Lecter's care for further investigation into the cause of their deaths, but were inconclusive.

He was nicknamed "Hannibal the Cannibal" in the National Tattler, a tabloid that, thanks to Freddie Lounds, also published unauthorized photos of Graham in the hospital after being attacked by Lecter.

Another officer retired from the FBI after being the first to discover Lecter's basement. Lecter's electroencephalogram EEG showed an unusual pattern and, given his history, was ultimately branded "a pure sociopath" by Chilton, although this was because they did not know what to call him.

Many in the field of psychiatry labeled him a "monster". The National Tattler described Lecter's crimes as "unspeakable practices".

Lecter, while in custody, was said to be "far too sophisticated" for most forms of psychological evaluation, especially as he enjoyed staying abreast of all of the latest developments in his field.

Since he knew how the tests worked, he could easily come up with the typical answers that would brand him as not being psychologically disturbed, and he also mocked the psychiatrists' attempts to profile him by folding their tests into origami.

Lecter was considered a prize asset, due to the fact he was a pure psychopath. Lecter was a model patient until the afternoon of July 8, After complaining of chest pains, he was taken to the infirmary.

After his restraints were removed for his electrocardiogram ECG he attacked a nurse, tearing out an eye, dislocating her jaw, and biting out her tongue and eating it.

Chilton would later note that Lecter's pulse never went above 85 beats per minute "even when he swallowed [her tongue]. Following this incident, especially when Barney arrived a year after, Lecter was treated extremely carefully by the hospital staff, often outfitted with heavy restraints, a straitjacket and muzzle, and transported only when strapped to a hand-truck.

After cleaning his cell, the orderlies would secure Lecter to his bed using heavy cloths, so Lecter could exchange his restraints for his meals.

His cell consisted of a double barrier, the first being standard bars and the second a nylon net stretched across, at a distance that no one could reach. Despite these high security measures, Lecter managed to create a handcuff key from two pens left in his cell by visitors, both times on Barney's day off.

Lecter was eventually deemed sane enough to stand trail, and was found guilty of nine counts of murder. He was sentenced to life in the institution without the possibility of parole.

Chilton and Lecter's relationship was marked by mutual hatred; Chilton's status as a psychologist, his mediocrity and inflated self-importance offended Lecter, who often humiliated his keeper; while Lecter's constant mockery and elusiveness infuriated Chilton, who punished him by removing his books and toilet seat.

At the end of Red Dragon, Lecter diagnosed this form of punishment as indicative of the damnation of society by half-measures: "Any rational society would kill me, or give me my books.

During the investigation of Buffalo Bill, the two would also discuss Clarice Starling. During his time in the hospital, Lecter corresponded with many people from the psychiatric world, writing and publishing excellent essays and theories, as long as they were not related to his case.

He would also heavily criticise articles, in one instance he made Dr Doemling cry after an extremely harsh review. Graham came out of retirement in to offer his insight on the "Tooth Fairy" case and upon arriving at a dead end, went to Lecter for help.

Lecter gave Graham some valuable insights into the Tooth Fairy, but upon learning about the case, secretly sent a coded message to the killer, Francis Dolarhyde , to kill Graham and his family which would later result in Graham's permanent disfigurement and decline into alcoholism.

Starling, initially assuming the assignment was related to her studies, ended up getting him to help the FBI in the Buffalo Bill case, a serial killer who was skinning young women.

In both of these cases, Lecter used wordplay and subtle clues to help Graham and Starling arrive at the conclusions themselves, in the latter case he played a perverse game of "quid pro quo" with Starling, sharing what he knew of Buffalo Bill in exchange for details of Starling's childhood.

Bilirubin is a pigment found in feces. It is the same color as Chilton's hair, Lecter's hint that the name was fake. The film adaptation changed the name to "Louis Friend," an anagram for "iron sulfide" - fool's gold.

Starling then visited Lecter at his makeshift cell, and he gave her some final clues before making a bloody escape, killing two police officers during the ordeal. He escaped by making a "mask" from the face of one of the officers, donning the officer's uniform and pretending to be his own still-living victim so that he would be hurried away by ambulance while the authorities hunted for him.

The murdered officer, Pembry, was dressed up to look like Lecter and dropped onto the elevator. After Buffalo Bill revealed to be Jame Gumb was killled by Starling, Lecter sent letters stating he wanted revenge on Chilton for the mistreatment he suffered at the hospital.

Chilton soon disappeared, probably killed by Lecter. After plastic surgery and the removal of a distinctive sixth finger, Lecter relocated in Florence, Italy.

Lecter avoided reconstruction of his nose to protect his uncanny perception of fragrances. In Florence, he took the pseudonym "Dr.

Fell, Lecter's charisma and expertise won him the recently vacated position of museum curator; Lecter had, of course, murdered the position's previous occupant and buried him in concrete.

Lecter's identity would be discovered by Florence detective Rinaldo Pazzi seven years after his escape from Memphis. Lecter had been going by the false name Dr. Fell and Pazzi, who had been disgraced when he bungled the " Il Mostro " case, saw a chance for redemption when he realized Dr.

Fell's true identity. Pazzi struck a deal with Lecter's sole surviving victim, Mason Verger to get the doctor alive so that Verger could exact his revenge by feeding Lecter to a group of specially trained boars.

In his efforts to capture Lecter, Pazzi found himself the doctor's prisoner, and he informed Lecter of his plot. After disemboweling and hanging Pazzi, Lecter returned to the United States.

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Shopper uncredited Leo Rogstad Digital Spy. Ricci Ian Iwataki The third season amends the series' continuity to incorporate events from the novel Hannibal. If Bryan is up for it, we will all go for it. May 20, I think Jodi Foster was the cop or detective. Lecter is the same way in his head, but he looks normal and nobody could tell. Lecter is fascinated by Starling, and they form an unusual relationship in which he provides her with a profile of the killer and his modus operandi in exchange for details about her unhappy childhood.

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