The team heads to Ramona, California where three sets of murders have taken place in backyard pools. In all three cases, a male victim was tied to a cinder block and drowned, with a female victim shot in the chest found floating in the pool in the third set. Also in all three cases, seemingly minor items were burgled - an inexpensive coin set, bowling trophies and costume jewelry - with more expensive items still remaining in the houses. Because of the stolen items, the crimes were initially deemed burglaries gone wrong by the local authorities. When the team arrives in Ramona, they find that it is a recreational town largely developed by the creation of Lake Palmer twenty years ago, it a man made reservoir. The town is going through some economic hardship due to drought which has dropped the lake's water level and thus has closed many of the recreational activities on the lake, such as fishing. Because of the economic situation, burglaries have been on the rise, hence the reason for ...
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Well, Leland's juvie history was pretty innocuous. Vandalism, shoplifting. Hardly gateway crimes to the life of a serial killer.
Dr. Tara Lewis
Well, every grown-up monster was once a cute little baby monster.
The bigger issue for me is how does a thirteen year old boy stay off the radar for twenty years?
When Garcia can't find a breadcrumb, it's usually because the bread was never baked.
Yeah, at some point, it's time to stop thinking about what's possible and start thinking about what's likely. Which for me...
References Judge Judy
Belong to You
Written by Sabrina Claudio
Performed by Sabrina Claudio
[Played during the opening scene by the Robbins' pool] See more