An Ordinary Killer is a 2004 riveting thriller about a team of investigators attempting to capture a serial killer roaming small town America in the early 1970's. The movie stars Terrence Knox, Dan Haggerty, Terry Jernigan, and Charles Matthau. Based on true life events, detectives are determined to solve the brutal killing of young Michigan mother Dee Ann Maguire (Alanna Thompson). Although no stone is left unturned, all potential leads bring them no closer to solving the crime. Forensics could play a vital role in solving this killing, however -- with behavioral science in its infancy and DNA profiling unheard of -- investigators are forced to use the archaic technology of the day. The six detectives working the case are determined to crack it no matter how long it takes. An Ordinary Killer is a compelling film that explores the importance of DNA evidence as an investigative tool, as well as the persistence and perseverance of law enforcement.