To his Sarasota Florida neighbors, William Harris is a model family man and upstanding citizen. However, he is taken into custody on suspicions of being the murderer of young women, accusations which followed him from Atlanta, where his family was forced to moved from because of the previous accusations. Harris denies any involvement and is confident that his wife can (and will) post the $5 million bail as she does not believe he had anything to do with the murders. The victims are held for two days before they are strangled to death. The victims are also alternately a white woman then a black woman. The latest possible victim is Missy Dewalt, who has been missing for a few hours. However, her dead body is found within the day, the time of death being when Harris was in custody. Based on a secret blog found deleted from Harris' computer and Missy's death, the BAU are certain that Harris is the murderer but has an accomplice. Harris' daughter, Andrea, grows suspicious of his ... Written by
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At the end when William Harris and Stephan Baleman get arrested you can see Luke Perry as one of the arresting officers near the police car. See more
When the father is getting ready to get out of the car, his window is rolled up. The camera then cuts to a different angle when he's getting out, and the window is rolled down. The camera then cuts back to the original angle as he closes the door, and the window is rolled up again. See more
Dr. Spencer Reid
[about William's correspondence with his accomplice
One side of the discourse made a reference to the Devil's Strip.
What the hell's that?
Dr. Spencer Reid
Uh, it's a small patch of grass that separates the sidewalk from the street. Now, that term is only used in central Ohio. William lived in Atlanta for twenty years, but he grew up in Columbus. The other guy uses words like "turnpike" and "filling the gas tank", both specific regionalisms for Florida.
Kid, you sure about this?
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