We’ve all thought about people getting revenge on someone who wronged us, but rarely do we act on it. These people chose to act on those feelings and set off on a strange, and unjustified, mission of revenge.
On Netflix's brilliant series Mindhunter, they look at the origin of what today is known as the FBI's the Behavioral Analysis Unit, formerly known as the Behavior Science Unit. The main characters of the show, Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallyany), are based on real FBI agents Robert Ressler and John Douglas, who interviewed multiple murders when forming the BSU.
Twenty year old Angela Hammond was living in rural Clinton, Missouri. Everything in her life seemed to be coming together: she'd fallen in love, gotten engaged and was pregnant with her first child.