Bond locates White in Altaussee, Austria, where he learns that White is dying of thallium poisoning.
He tells Bond to find and protect his daughter, Dr.
He encounters a disfigured Blofeld, who tells him that Bond must escape before explosives are detonated or die trying to save Swann.
Bond finds Swann and they escape by boat as the building collapses.
Returning to London, Bond is suspended from field duty by the new M, who is in the midst of a power struggle with Max Denbigh (whom Bond dubs "C"), the head of a privately backed agency, the Joint Intelligence Service.
C campaigns for Britain to form "Nine Eyes", a global surveillance and intelligence initiative, and uses his influence to close down the '00' field agent section, which he believes is outdated.
Bond disobeys M's order and travels to Rome to attend Sciarra's funeral.
He seduces Sciarra's widow, Lucia, who tells him Marco belonged to an organisation of businessmen with criminal and terrorist connections.
After hearing Oberhauser give the order for the "Pale King" to be assassinated, Bond is pursued across the city by the organisation's assassin, Mr. Bond asks her to investigate Oberhauser, who was presumed dead years earlier.
Madeline Swann, who will take him to L'Américain; this will take him to the next step. Bond approaches Swann, and after rescuing her from Hinx, the two meet Q.
Through Sciarra's ring, Q forensically links Oberhauser to Bond's previous missions, identifying Le Chiffre, Dominic Greene and Raoul Silva as agents of the same organization, which Swann identifies as Spectre.
It was released in the United States on 6 November. The theme song "Writing's on the Wall", performed and co-written by Sam Smith, won an Academy Award and Golden Globe for Best Original Song.
Spectre grossed over 0 million worldwide, making it the sixth-highest-grossing film of 2015, the second-largest unadjusted total for the series after Skyfall.