The authorities believed that two Virginia based cases of missing boys, Adam Morrissey and Jimmy Bennett, from two years ago were unrelated, until their bloodied clothes, those in which they were last seen, had just arrived in one intercepted package at Fletcham Correctional Center in Troy, Virginia. The addressee of that package is Antonia Slade, a serial killer of young teens, she who was convicted in part by work of the BAU, most specifically Gideon. A social worker, she ran a fake youth hot-line as a means to lure her victims to her home, where the dead bodies of the young teens were found encased behind her basement drywall. Since, she has never talked about the murders, and has refused all visitors. However, she seems to know about the clothes and the missing boys before the BAU's arrival at the facility to speak to her. They know that she, a narcissist despite not responding to the correspondence from any of her legion of groupies, has no compelling reason to talk to them ...
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Using the algorithm Reid has given, the text of the fourth sentence "When I think that proof alone will never beat faulty logic, I bleed twice" would not convert to the shown 41, 54, 4F, 4E, 45, 46, 4C, 4D, 4E, but to: 41, 54, 55, 45, 46, 51, 55. The conversion of the given hexadecimal numbers to characters however is correct (ALTONEFLMN) See more
Dr. Tara Lewis
"No man really knows about other human beings. The best he can do is to suppose that they are like himself" - John Steinbeck
Referenced in Criminal Minds: The Storm
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