The Highway Serial Killer Database exists so that information can be collated for serial murders that would not otherwise be connected due to different police jurisdictions. In reviewing the database, the BAU determine that a serial killer has killed five women thus far, the bodies found hundreds of miles apart. However Reid determines that there is a geographical focus on Edgewood, New Mexico. Each woman was strangled, the bodies laid in a fetal position found in a public location such as a ditch, and there is no sexual assault. The BAU determine that the unsub is a trucker. The case takes a turn when a woman named Nancy Campbell is abducted in front of her teen-aged daughter, Courtenay, at a highway rest stop in Edgewood. Nancy does not fit the victimology, but her abduction clarifies to the BAU what the unsub is looking for in the abducted women and ultimately the reason for the abductions and eventual murders.
Did You Know?
"Solitary Man" is also the title of a song written by Neil Diamond
and first released in 1966. A cover version by Johnny Cash
is heard in the bar in the opening scene. See more
When Penelope is pulling up the file of the unsub and they are looking for Lynn Clemons, the photo is already on the screen, then Rossi asks here to find a 'Lynn Clemons' the computer then pulls it up her photo. (also note that the computer is in the background, and the photo can be seen on the screen behind Penelope, the photo is still on the computer before it shows the photo come on to the screen) See more
His first victim was Erica Joy from Lexington, South Carolina. She disappeared from a truck stop
What did she do for a living?
According to her rap sheet, every one she could
So she's a lot lizard. It's a name they give prostitutes who hang around truck stops
Written by Neil Diamond
Performed by Johnny Cash See more