Moments after serial killer Rod Garrett is executed by firing squad at Gunter State Prison, another person kills in Enid, Oklahoma where the prison is located. The victimology and M.O. are the same as in Garrett's killings - female, young, blonde, pretty, and killed with a single stab through the heart using an ice pick. By the time the BAU arrive on the scene hours later, the unsub has killed a second victim - same victimology, same M.O. Garrett is survived by his wife, Helen Garrett, who stood by her husband's side through his incarceration, since he stood by her side when she went through a life threatening illness years prior. When the unsub kills a third victim, the team notices slight differences between Garrett's killings and the latest killings, as well as there being a regulated time schedule to the recent murders. Those differences, information from Helen about herself and about fans of her husband's, and the geography of the latest killings provide clues as to the unsub's ... Written by
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Oklahoma has not used firing squads as a means of execution in over forty years, contrary to the manner of death depicted. While still legally on the books, lethal injection has been the manner of execution for twenty years, with only a brief suspension after the botched execution of Clayton Lockett in 2014. See more
Although allowed, Oklahoma has never executed an inmate via firing squad. See more
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