Questions Cloud Boston Strangler Case 50 Years LaterFifty years ago Wednesday, a factory worker who claimed he was the notorious Boston Strangler was sentenced to prison.
DNA Evidence Definitively Links Albert DeSalvo In Boston Strangler CaseDNA evidence has definitively linked Albert DeSalvo to the death of Mary Sullivan, a woman believed to be the Boston Strangler's last victim, authorities announced Friday.
Albert DeSalvo's Body Exhumed For DNA In Boston Strangler CaseDeSalvo's body was taken to the medical examiner, where tissue or bone samples will be taken.
Desalvo Was The Real Boston Strangler? Never Any Doubt Among Those Who Knew!!! I covered his trial in Middlesex Superior Court from start to finish.....many times stuck a microphone under Albert s chin and I believe he was the Strangler and.......and......Albert's defense attorney, F. Lee the time the most prestigious defense lawyer in the entire country said to me....."Gary, make no mistake....Albert is the Strangler."
Albert DeSalvo Body To Be Dug Up For DNA In Boston Strangler CaseAlbert DeSalvo's remains will be dug up because DNA from the scene of Mary Sullivan's rape and murder produced a "familial match" with him.
Detective Never Doubted Albert DeSalvo Was Boston StranglerDetective Phil DiNatale was one of the key investigators assigned to track the case and now his son is glad DNA evidence might prove his father right.
New DNA Testing Ties Boston Strangler To 1964 Mary Sullivan MurderInvestigators say new testing on DNA evidence ties Albert DeSalvo to the 1964 murder of Mary Sullivan.
Albert DeSalvo's Family Furious About Secret DNA CollectionThe family of a deceased man suspected of being the Boston Strangler is outraged police secretly followed his nephew to collect DNA for new tests.
After 49 Years, Police May 'Have Their Man' In Mary Sullivan's MurderSullivan, 19, was raped and murdered in her Charles Street apartment on January 4, 1964, just three days after she moved to the city from the Cape.
Timeline: The Case Of The Boston Strangler Here's a look back at the case, which starts in 1964.