Mysteries: Mad Bomber Pictures
Don examines the anonymous letters of a lunatic terrorist, and the circumstances surrounding a terrible poisoning at an insane asylum.
After 16 years of terror and no strong leads, police turn to a psychiatrist for help. He creates a psychological profile of the bomber and believes that the terrorist can be tricked in to revealing his identity. So, does this new method of criminal profiling prove useful?
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