High quality, but being stretched over six episodes...it begins to feel quite repetitive and circular.
Serial, you might say.
Not sure we learn anything new here, but if there is a silver lining, it's that the couple decades fueled by these madmen's carnage propelled forensic capabilities quantum leaps forward.
Fascinating to see what tripped guys up, and didn't.
The experts interviewed again and again continue to contrast today's era with that of the 1970s-1990s: no security cameras, no internet, no cell phones, no ViCAP database, no cross-jurisdictional coordination, no DNA analysis, no FBI BAU, no researchers like this, no nothin'!