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Goren and Eames must track down a devout Christian family annihilator before he finishes his mission and kills his daughter.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Goren
Alexandra Eames
Danny Ross
Kathy Devildis (as Brittany Robertson)
Mary Devildis (as Susie Misner)
Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Greg Phillips
Deirdre Madigan ...
Margaret Sanger
Al Petrosino
Ray Balger
Doreen Howell


Goren and Eames must track down a devout Christian family annihilator before he finishes his mission and kills his daughter.

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21 June 2009 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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This episode is loosely based on the case of John List. On November 9, 1971 he killed his wife, mother, and three children in their home in Westfield, New Jersey, and then disappeared. A fugitive from justice for nearly 18 years who assumed a new identity and remarried, List was finally apprehended on June 1, 1989. See more »


The bank's name, "Chautaqua" is misspelled. The spelling of the town/native American trip is "Chautauqua". See more »

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Even Abraham had moments of doubt
7 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

A teenager (Britt Robertson) was staging "Cyrano the Bergerac" as the lead female role in a Christian school theater. Her father looked disturbed and he left the place before the ending, leaving his wife alone in the audience. Shortly after he came over his brother and sister-in-law, killing them both together with their unborn child with a hammer. The same fate suffered the next day the drama teacher and then the manager of the bank he used to work before being fired: he was the scapegoat of the subprime scam. Goren and Eames were in a race against the clock to stop further murders; the motive of this kind of madness is not easy to be understood.

Another Columbo-like episode (higher pace anyway), where we know the perp since the beginning and the suspense is related to the motive

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