This individual is the author of Mindhunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit.
This is the term used to describe the unknown subject of an investigation. The author refers to this as the dragon in this work.
Pam Douglas and Family
This individual was married to the author at one time. This person's family consisted of people who work with the FBI.
Roger Depue and Staff
This person was the FBI unit chief. The people this person worked with helped the author recuperate from emotional and physical illness.
This is a fictional character after whom the FBI pattern their activity.
This person assisted the author with cases while he recuperated. This individual developed the idea that crime investigation involves three interrelated questions of what happens, why it happens as it does, and who commits the crime for those reasons.
J. Edgar Hoover
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