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  1. Jul 11, 2013 · This week investigators will exhume DeSalvo's body from Puritan Lawn Cemetery in Peabody, Mass., to make the final determination with DNA testing. The strangler's last victim would be 19-year-old Mary Sullivan, strangled with her own stocking in her Beacon Hill apartment on tony Charles Street. She was also sexually savaged.

  2. Jul 11, 2013 · Here's a look back at the case, which started in 1964. Main events in the case of the Boston Strangler: Jan. 4, 1964 — Mary Sullivan, 19, the last of the 11 victims, found murdered in her ...

  3. The Boston Strangler. From June 1962 through January 1964, 13 single women between the ages of 19 and 85 were murdered throughout the Boston area. Many people believed that at least 11 of these murders were committed by the same individual because of the similar manner in which each murder was committed. It was believed that the women, who all ...

  4. Feb 25, 2017 · Video: 'Serial Killer | Albert DeSalvo | The Boston Strangler | Crime Documentary' (escape and capture at 33:46) (Saturday, February 25, 1967, 2:43 p.m. EST) — Albert DeSalvo, the 35-year-old self-proclaimed “Boston Strangler,” was captured today after he entered a clothing store in Lynn, Massachusetts, to make a telephone call.

  5. Boston Strangler, American serial killer who murdered at least 11 women in the Boston area between 1962 and 1964. His crimes were the subject of numerous books and a film, though the exact number of victims—as well as his identity—proved a matter of controversy. The Boston Strangler’s first victim, a 55-year-old woman, was sexually assaulted and strangled in her ransacked apartment on ...

  6. Audio. On this day in 1962, police discovered the body of the first victim of the "Boston Strangler." For the next two years, Boston would be paralyzed by fear as the strangling deaths of 13 women went unsolved. Single women took turns staying with one another and were anxious about going out alone, even in the daytime.

  7. Nov 25, 2018 · When Ms. McLaughlin and Jean Cole wrote about those 1962 murders, one story was “entitled ‘Two Girl Reporters Analyze Strangler,’ ” Susan Kelly noted in her book “The Boston Stranglers.”