In separate incidents, three twenty-something Eastern Washingtonians have been found dead in Boise National Forest, Idaho. They were each on their way into Spokane when they went missing. Each deceased's fatal wounds had both front and rear entry into/from the body, with no sign of bullet fragments. And each only had other minor wounds, with no signs of struggle. The BAU immediately believe each was running away from something or someone in the forest. Piecing together the information, they learn that there are two unsubs whose killings will soon cease when the hunting season starts in three days. The unsubs are doing their own early hunting, kidnapping their victims and letting them run free through the forest like wild animal prey being chased by bow and arrow shooting hunters. They quickly learn who the unsubs are but they have a lot of forest to cover to find the two, before the unsubs kill the next missing person, a young woman named Bobbi Baird. In searching the unsubs' home and... Written by
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Though it is not implied, it is similar to the serial killer Robert Hansen in the 1980's. Hansen would kidnap his victims and hunt them in the Yukon wilderness with a Ruger Mini-14 rifle. See more
British Historian James Anthony Froude once said, "Wild animals never kill for sport; man is the only one to whom the torture and death of his fellow creatures is amusing in itself.
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