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Paul Holes (@PaulHoles) is a former investigator known for his contributions to solving the Golden State Killer case using advanced methods of identification with DNA and genealogy technology, and he is the author of Unmasked: My Life Solving America's Cold Cases.
What We Discuss with Paul Holes:
- Why do some serial killers take breaks between their murder sprees or even quit killing altogether?
- Why does it seem like there were so many serial killers in the '70s compared to today? How rare are they, really?
- What psychological toll does intimately working homicides and cold cases take on investigators?
- Why cases commonly go cold, what gets them flagged for reexamination, and how the passage of time can actually work in favor of solving them.
- What makes cold case investigators like Paul so good at noticing evidence and crime scene details others miss?
- And much more...
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