A spate of killings of teenagers by a maniac dressed like a hippie causes a detective to check the records for similar killings. He discovers that every five years, in the fifth month of the year, for five consecutive days, the same type of killings have occurred, and the few descriptions of the suspect always match: he's dressed like a hippie. As the detective searches for the killer, he begins to have suspicions about his superior, an older man who is haunted by memories of his military service in Vietnam. Written by
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In the first warehouse scene among all of the graffiti on the wall W.K. + L.K. can be seen spray painted inside a heart. This stands for Wally Koz
(the director) and his wife, Linda Koz
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When the cops are looking at the two bodies in the bedroom, a second camera can clearly be seen at the right side of the screen in the middle of the frame. See more
Colonel Peter Wayne
A single scream. A long, looooooooooong scream.
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