Another death at the hands of the Beltway Sniper -- just a few miles from where he gunned down his first victims.

Does this mean the killer is retracing his steps? We'll be joined by Dr. Larry Kobilinsky , professor of forensic science at John Jay College of Criminal justice.

The sniper case has reached a delicate stage. Could a small change to the way the investigation is handled bring the sniper forward? We'll ask Ralph Difonzo who once ran a violent crimes task force for the FBI and now consults for Buckley Peterson Global.

Police continue with their massive manhunt for the serial sniper. But has this case become too big, too complicated, too dangerous for state and local authorities to handle on their own? Is it time for the feds to take over? FOX News' senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano, and John Timoney , former Philadelphia Police Commissioner, weigh in.

Finding an eyewitness could be the key to tracking down the sniper. But getting a witness to remember all the right details is difficult. Can hypnosis help? David Ziegler , retired ATF agent with expertise in forensic hypnosis, offers insight.

Plus, the serial sniper has the country paralyzed with terror, but what happens when that fear turns to paranoia? We'll ask FOX News contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin, author of Stress Relief for Disasters Great and Small .

And, why is the sniper engaging police in a bizarre dialogue? Dr. Robert Reiner, clinical psychologist and executive director of Behavioral Associates, breaks down his pattern.

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