Mindhunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit - Chapter 13, The Most Dangerous Game Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, The Most Dangerous Game Summary and Analysis

A story written in 1924 describes the type of criminal behavior exhibited by Robert Hansen in Anchorage, Alaska. That story tells about a hunter that tires of hunting game and decides to hunt men instead. The Alaska troopers identify Hansen as a subject before requesting help from the FBI. Hansen is accused by a seventeen year-old prostitute when she escapes handcuffed from the airport. She describes Hansen as her kidnapper but he claims she is trying to shake her down, does not know her and has an alibi of dinner with two business associates. Authorities are skeptical of the mid-forties year-old successful baker and prominent community member. Several bodies of young women are found in the area whose deaths are unsolved. Douglas is asked to help local and state authorities develop the case to...

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