This man became Dr Hannibal Lecter's sixth recorded victim, and also led to his capture.
This man was treated by Lecter in 1970 for an arrow wound. On 12 March 1975, he was found in his workshop horrifically mutilated. Will Graham, who was investigated this case, was intrigued by the man's injuries.
In the next nine days, three more men were killed by the same killer, dubbed The Chesapeake Ripper. Graham had found out that the hunter was previously treated by world renowned Dr Hannibal Lecter. Graham questioned Lecter about the old leg wound. Lecter claimed to not remember anything.