The team investigates the death of a young red-headed woman who was found in a shallow grave on the autobahn near the German-Polish border. The Polish police subsequently found an abandoned car with strands of red hair that are a match for the victim. Sebastian Berger and Carl Hickman are dispatched to investigate and soon find a dumping ground with 7 additional corpses in various stages of decomposition. They find prospective witnesses to what may have happened but questioned separately, the husband and wife in question both claim to have killed her. Written by
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Features a "Wilhelm scream" near the end. See more
During the first seconds a BMW is seen with a German license plate from Berlin (B GNH 554). After the first gap, German plates have one or two letters, but never three.
Some seconds later a truck comes closer with the same mistake, but with a (supposed to be) Stuttgart license plate (S DAG 290). Additionally the "DMV" sticker is missing on the plate. See more
Guten morgen, Kommissar Berger.
Good morning, sir.
There are parks in The Hague, you know. I can recommend Clingendael. I often get lost in the Japanese garden. This is the Parc de Saint-Cloud in Paris?
Where the diplomat's last victim was found. The killer is standing somewhere out here, only... I didn't get him. My scangen fell short. If I could only find a way to extend the borders of the scan to not require as precise a sensor.
Well, I'll leave you to your work.
I can still see...