By Anders de la Motte
Henrik "HP" Pettersson is at the run. It’s been fourteen months when you consider that he, as a result of a mysterious mobile phone, turned ensnared in a grotesque trade fact online game that almost killed him. He now has every thing he might ever want for; funds, freedom and minimum duties. regardless of all this, he's unhappy. He misses the extraordinary adrenalin kicks that the sport supplied and his new, cozy way of life bores him. while he meets the wealthy and lovely Anna Argos in a sumptuous Dubai inn, lifestyles immediately will get extra attention-grabbing. yet there's something tense underneath Anna’s cool floor. And there’s anything unsettling approximately her mobilephone phone…
For Rebecca Normén, existence might be more straightforward now that her earlier now not plagues her. She has been promoted to Unit Commander of an elite bodyguard staff and is set to maneuver in together with her boyfriend. regardless of this, she reveals it challenging to quiet down. yet every little thing adjustments whilst she is notified of an online discussion board the place an nameless police detective writes more and more threatening tales which are evidently approximately her. because the stalkers shut in on HP and Rebecca, the questions additionally meet up with them. what's actual? Who are you able to belief? and the way do you guard yourself from a chance whose life you can't turn out?
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At the time Ressler went to see him, he had been a model prisoner for more than thirty years. What Ressler knew about him was that Heirens had become a panty fetishist in adolescence, and began burgling apartments to obtain them. What Ressler wanted to know was about the development of Heirens’s sexual urges. He was to be disappointed. Ever since his 1946 conviction, Heirens had been pleading his innocence. Why then had he confessed to three murders? Because, he explained, the cops had decided that he was guilty, and had told him that unless he confessed, he would be sentenced to death on the evidence they had.
Backed now by Marietta Jaeger’s sworn affidavit, Agent Dunbar in Bozeman obtained his search warrant. As the Quantico profilers had predicted, he unearthed various ‘souvenirs’ – body parts, taken from both victims – that proved Meirhofer’s guilt. At that, the man who had passed both ‘truth tests’ so convincingly also confessed to two more unsolved murders (of local boys). Although he was not brought to trial – David Meirhofer hanged himself in his cell – he became the first serial killer to be caught with the aid of the FBI’s new investigative technique.
Then he left. When the police arrived, they discovered that the apartment had been wiped clean of fingerprints. The dark-haired young man – Heirens – was nowhere to be seen. So what was Heirens doing knocking on a stranger’s door at nine in the morning? Heirens’s story, as told in Dolores Kennedy’s book is that, arriving early for classes, he had decided to commit a burglary in the apartment block where Evelyn Peterson lived. He saw a woman banging on Evelyn Peterson’s door and asked if he could help.