A serial rapist who marked his victims by branding continued his escalating gravity by committing is presumably first murder. FBI Special Agent Don Eppes is in charge, under Agent Walt Merrick, of a massive investigation. Don's brother, professor Charles 'Charlie' Edward, a mathematical genius, takes a single peek at the map of the thirteen crime locations at their dad Alan's -and still Charlie's- home and claims he can roughly calculate the common point of origin: the rapist-killer's home. Charlie analyzes and applies such variables as the safety zone and the spontaneous non-randomizing of human 'arbitrary' choices, and achieves a 4/5 probability, as tested on earlier serial killers. Charlie's academic friend Dr. Larry Fleinhardt suggests he should concentrate on true mathematical challenges rather than 'trivial' real-life distractions. Charlie's prediction shows 87% chance for a zone with only 75 men, but no judge will grant a search order based on Charlie's work, so DNA is taken ... Written by
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While showing the nurse's house from a distance you can clearly see the house has bars on the windows and doors. Yet they enter the house through a window and no bars are present in the shot. See more
[This appears on the beginning of the episode] 06:00 Time 594-E4 Map Grid 772-04 Case # 1st murder See more