Retired BAU profiler Max Ryan is on a book tour, his book on the Keystone Killer, an unsolved case on which he worked twenty years earlier. The Keystone Killer murdered seven women in Philadelphia over a two year period, he communicating with the media through clues to murder details hidden in word search puzzles. Eighteen years ago, the murders just stopped. Ryan believes the Keystone Killer is still loose and perhaps active. Ryan currently lives in Philadelphia, he who is still working on the case unofficially. While on a tour stop in Washington, D.C., one at which Gideon attends, the Keystone Killer is also there, he who leaves a message for Ryan including two drivers licenses, one of his last known victim, and the other of another woman named Carla Bromwell, who had since been found dead. Bromwell's death is atypical to the other seven in many ways, the BAU thinking that the Keystone Killer may be devolving as a killer. Ryan inserts himself into the case. The BAU welcome his ... Written by
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Loosely based on both Dennis Rader, the B.T.K. serial killer from Wichita; and the Zodiac killer, who sent letters to a news station telling them about his latest crimes. See more
When Walter Kern is holding the gun on the final woman, just before he is captured, he points the gun and tells her to lie down on your back or he will kill her, you hear him cock his gun, but you see the gun is not cocked. See more
I need a list, sweetness.
Aw, sugar, you're in luck. Lists are my specialty. Go.
All, right. Philadelphia, 1988. I need all car accidents resulting in injuries.
Wow, there's a lot of them. I guess friends let friends drive drunk back then. Okay, I got injuries - thirty-six in a twelve month period.
How many were American-made cars?
Almost all of them. Except only five were serious enough to send the drivers to the hospital. Let's hear it for Americian-made safety.
"I Don't Wanna Know"
written by Sheryl Crow
& Jeff Trott
performed by Sheryl Crow See more