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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The unsolved 1981 murder of Adam Walsh in Florida recalled; photos shown.
(Miami: Patrick Fraser) Evidence that may link serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer to the Walsh kidnapping examined; scenes shown from the Florida site where Adam's head was found. [Murder suspect Otis TOOLE- comments on the case.] [True crime author Arthur Jay HARRIS- talks about clues in the case that led him to believe Dahmer is the killer; notes the two witnesses at the Hollywood mall and the blue van at the store where Dahmer worked.] [Witness Willis MORGAN- describes seeing Dahmer at the mall; recalls seeing a newspaper picture of Dahmer.] [Witness Bill BOWEN - describes what happened at the Sears store.] [Hollywood police Capt. Mark SMITH - says Dahmer did not do it.] [Former FBI agent Neil PURTELL- says Dahmer was lying about not murdering Adam and was "probably responsible."] [Father John WALSH- says the "cold case" should be looked at.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The raw data on Dahmer's crime outlined on screen.
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Fraser, Patrick
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