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"Dark Minds" brings together the sharp criminal minds of author and investigative journalist M. William Phelps and pre-eminent criminal profiler John Kelly to reopen unsolved homicides thought to be the work of serial killers. They are assisted in their efforts by a source known only to viewers as "13," a convict serving multiple life terms for a series of murders, who presents Phelps and Kelly with theories on the homicides based on his own experiences. In addition to the information helping the hosts build portraits of the suspects, the hope is that the renewed investigations will jog the public's memories and encourage viewers to bring forward new leads.

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A serial killer shot and killed people who worked in stores along I-70.
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A serial killer abandons the naked bodies of young women near highways outside of Denver; now, "The Dark Minds" team looks for connections and clues in the Aurora County Murders.
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Two teenagers are murdered in Torrey Pines Beach, Calif., and 30 years go by with no justice for the young victims; now, the "Dark Minds" team retrace the teenagers' final hours and uncovers new clues.
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The team investigates a local theater's dark past; three people are missing, but only two have been found dead.
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Two women shot dead after leaving same mall in March and in December and police wonder if this the work of a serial killer.
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The team is looking for clues to stop a Long Island Serial Killer.
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Four young girls with blond hair and blue eyes go missing.
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The team tries to unearth the secrets of Israel Keyes.
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The team tries to unearth the secrets of Israel Keyes.
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A cunning serial killer terrorizes California with a wave of rapes and murders, leaving a trail of bizarre clues, for investigators, it's a race against time to see if he can be found before feeling the urge to kill again.
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A serial killer may be behind several murders in Connecticut and New Jersey; the key is getting the man to confess.
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Pedophile who bathes and dresses his victims after he kills.
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More than 30 girls have vanished on a highway in Canada.
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A serial killer attacks four couples in their cars.
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The Texas killing field is a stretch of highway where over 30 girls have gone missing.
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The bodies of young women are found dumped in a forest.
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Senior citizens are killed in their Mississippi homes; police believe it may be the work of a serial killer.
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Investigating eight murders over a 4 year time period.
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In 1970s Rochester, three little girls are snatched, violated, and brutally murdered.
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The remains of five women are found in Massachusetts woods.
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Serial killer faces all his victims east.

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