Mindhunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit - Chapter 17, Anyone Can be a Victim Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17, Anyone Can be a Victim Summary and Analysis

An Ohio farm family of three, mother and daughters, on vacation for the first time are found hog-tied and dead floating in Tampa Bay. The police and press announce when three innocent tourists vacationing in Florida are killed anyone can be a victim. The FBI field office in Tampa, Tampa and St. Petersburg police departments and the Hillsborough County Sheriff's department do not solve this case adn a year later Quantico is asked to develop a profile. An appearance on the television show "Unsolved Mysteries" produce thousands of leads without results until billboard space is donated in the area asking help to identify handwriting from a note in the victims' car. Within days three unrelated callers identify Oba Chandler's handwriting. He fits the profile in other ways as well, is arrested...

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