DNA 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.
Investigators say new testing on DNA evidence ties Albert DeSalvo to the 1964 murder of Mary Sullivan.
The family of a deceased man suspected of being the Boston Strangler is outraged police secretly followed his nephew to collect DNA for new tests.
Sullivan, 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.
W@R revisits the spectacular true story of the greatest small boat rescue off the shores of Cape Cod in 1952 with Casey Sherman author of “The Finest Hours.” We then discuss planning for college with […]