Albert DeSalvo

Albert DeSalvo

in between 1962 and 1964, Albert DeSalvo was known as "The Boston Strangler" and killed the lives of 13 women, mostly all by strangulation. In 1964, Albert DeSalvo was arrested for the rape of a woman, one of over 300 supposed victims by then.He confessed to the murders, was never convicted, and died from a prison stabbing in 1973.

in between 1962 and 1964, Albert DeSalvo was known as "The Boston Strangler" and killed the lives of 13 women, mostly all by strangulation. In 1964, Albert DeSalvo was arrested for the rape of a woman, one of over 300 supposed victims by then.He confessed to the murders, was never convicted, and died from a prison stabbing in 1973.

Albert DeSalvo, the Boston Strangler, serial killer. Convicted of murdering 13 women but his confession has been disputed. Murdered in prison.

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Albert DeSalvo, the Boston Strangler, serial killer. Convicted of murdering 13 women but his confession has been disputed. Murdered in prison.

To start this creepy compilation of the crazies, it’s only fitting to start the list with a twisted individual who committed his acts in our beloved city. Albert Desalvo, AKA the Boston Strangler, was responsible for murdering 13 women in the greater Boston area.

To start this creepy compilation of the crazies, it’s only fitting to start the list with a twisted individual who committed his acts in our beloved city. Albert Desalvo, AKA the Boston Strangler, was responsible for murdering 13 women in the greater Boston area.

Albert DeSalvo - the Boston Strangler?

Boston Strangler suspect Albert DeSalvo linked to crimes via DNA 50 years later

Albert DeSalvo, Card Number 13 from the New Serial Killer Trading Cards by SerialKillerBiz on Etsy

Albert DeSalvo, Card Number 13 from the New Serial Killer Trading Cards

Albert DeSalvo, Card Number 13 from the New Serial Killer Trading Cards by SerialKillerBiz on Etsy

The Boston Strangler first struck on June 14, 1962, and panic gripped the city as the killings continued through 1964. No one was ever convicted, though one man confessed.

The Boston Strangler From the Archives photos: The Boston Strangler - The Boston Globe

The Boston Strangler first struck on June 14, 1962, and panic gripped the city as the killings continued through 1964. No one was ever convicted, though one man confessed.

The Boston Strangler does Sinatra: Albert DeSalvo’s creepy single, ‘Strangler in the Night’

The Boston Strangler does Sinatra: Albert DeSalvo’s creepy single, ‘Strangler in the Night’

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