Mindhunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit - Chapter 8 through Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 through Chapter 10 Summary and Analysis

This subsection describes significant features of criminals that are developed through Douglas' profiling expertise. Chapter 8 The Killer Will Have a Speech Impediment describes a local crime that Douglas is not officially asked to help out with. An elderly woman is sexually assaulted and beaten almost to death in 1980. When the crime is not solved in a couple months Douglas offers to help the lead detective Dean Martin. Douglas tells Martin he thinks the attacker is a local teenager and describes his understanding of how the situation develops. When asked if he is a psychic ,John Douglas replies his analysis comes from experience with profiling. The author recalls another case he investigates from the San Francisco Bay area identified as "Trailside Killer." Douglas is certain the UNSUB has an obvious defect like a speech impediment that bothers him...

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