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 ...
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The BAU recognizes the lyrics to the song "Here Comes My Girl" and decides that it must be the "audible signal" the UNSUBs are using, saying, "That's the song that was playing when we pulled in to the cul-de-sac!" This is actually seen in a flashback. However, at the beginning, the UNSUB receives the signal while sitting in the car with his daughter. He then leaves the car to go back into his house. The BAU and local law enforcement arrives later and arrests him inside his house, leading him out in cuffs. In other words, they could not have recognized the song as the signal because they weren't there to hear it. See more
[closing quotation, voiceover
British historian C. Northcote Parkinson said "Delay is the deadliest form of denial."
Here Comes My Girl
Written by Tom Petty
and Mike Campbell
Performed by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers See more