In the late 1970s, the fields of psychological profiling and behavioral science began to classify series of two or more murders, committed as separate events, usually by one offender, as ‘serial’ killings. Since that time, the world has been terrified of the evil that may lurk right next door.
Vol. 1 / Case 1 (of 4)
Homestead, FL, 1983 The Latin American legend of El Sacomán says that children who misbehave will be taken in the night by an ugly old man with a large burlap sack. Some say he punishes them by eating them bit by bit, others say that he keeps them as pets, serving him for all eternity. What began as a string of disappearances has become something far more sinister. Three young victims, partially consumed, have been discovered in matching burlap sacks, dumped in the deepest parts of the Everglades.
Local law enforcement is dedicated to ending this killer’s spree. With help from the FBI’s Behavioral Science Department, they hope to zero in on the killer before any more children are lost.
Homestead PD, methodical and patient
Richard 'Hick' Dobbs
Dade Sheriff, deep ties to the swamp
FBI, criminal psychologist & profiler
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