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The Golden State Killer: It's Not Over

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In a four-part docuseries, cold case expert Paul Holes joins former law enforcement officials, citizen sleuths, district attorneys and victims themselves to present fresh perspectives on a crime spree that has affected Californians for generations. The investigation into the person responsible for raping more than 50 women and killing 10 people dates back to 1974 and remains open to this day. Exploring 40 years worth of evidence, Holes uncovers new leads by focusing on advanced DNA technology and using audio analysis and geographic profiling. The series also features insight from survivors, friends and family of victims, and detectives past and present.

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Investigators continue to search for clues to identify the Golden State Killer, hoping new DNA technology will help put a face to the name.
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Investigator Paul Holes continues to examine the Golden State Killer's murderous attacks in Santa Barbara, Calif.; meanwhile, armed with new theories, the citizen sleuths find a lead good enough to submit to the FBI.
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Cold case investigator Paul Holes strives to learn where the Golden State Killer lived and what he did for a living; a chilling telephone call is analyzed by the citizen sleuths to see if it adds anything to the growing profile of the perpetrator.
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The Golden State Killer is the most prolific serial predator in California history but remains mostly unknown; his reign of terror began in the 1970s, but the fear lingers today; investigators make a commitment to finally identify the killer.

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