A Serial Bomber Strikes Again

An ad executive's death rekindles the Unabom investigation -- without adding many clues

The tidy white package, about the size of two videocassettes stacked together, looked innocuous enough -- no different, in fact, from millions of other packages landing in homes and mailboxes across the country this holiday season -- and it sat on the kitchen table for about a day before Thomas Mosser got around to opening it. When he did, however, on the morning of Saturday, Dec. 10, it proved deadly: the blast nearly decapitated Mosser as he stood there in his bathrobe, and it carved a crater about two feet wide in the kitchen counter. It was only the most chilling...

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