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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ews was released on July 19 that DNA found at the scene of the Boston Strangler’s last victim has been positively linked back to confessed Boston Stranger suspect Albert DeSalvo.

Feb. 25, 1967: As news spread that Albert DeSalvo had been arrested, crowds of newspaper reporters and photographers, as well as curious onlookers, lined the street outside Lynn police headquarters to get a glimpse of the alleged Boston Strangler.

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

As news spread that Albert DeSalvo had been arrested, crowds of newspaper reporters and photographers, as well as curious onlookers, lined the street outside Lynn police headquarters to get a glimpse of the alleged Boston Strangler.

New evidence linking Albert DeSalvo to Boston Strangler case. #unsolvedmystery

New evidence linking Albert DeSalvo to Boston Strangler case.

Unexplained : The Boston Strangler - Albert DeSalvo

albert desalvo boston strangler - his brother still insists upon his innocence

Serial Killer Photo Gallery: Albert DeSalvo

Serial Killer Photo Gallery

Serial Killer Photo Gallery: Albert DeSalvo

Albert DeSalvo

Serial Killer Photo Gallery

Most serial killers do not look like killers, until they are caught, then the evil in their faces is all that you see. Here is a collection of pictures of some of the worst serial killers in U.

Albert DeSalvo

Serial Killer: The Boston Strangler – Was Albert DeSalvo really the notorious serial killer that terrorized the women of Boston?

Albert De Salvo, aka the Boston Strangler

Albert DeSalvo (September 3, 1931 – November 25, 1973) was a criminal in Boston, Massachusetts, who confessed to being the "Boston Strangler", the murderer of thirteen women in the Boston area. DeSalvo was not imprisoned for these murders, however, but for a series of rapes. His murder confession has been disputed and debate continues as to which crimes DeSalvo had actually committed.

Albert DeSalvo (September 1931 – November was a criminal in Boston, Massachusetts, who confessed to being the "Boston Strangler", the murderer of thirteen women in the Boston area.

Albert DeSalvo Biography Murderer, Criminal (1931–1973)

Serial killer Albert DeSalvo, also known as the Boston Strangler, was one of a number of serial killers to experience serious childhood traumatisation. His father was a violent alcoholic who regularly beat his wife. Childhood trauma for serial.

Mental Patient and Strangler Albert DeSalvo  January 18, 1967 - Albert DeSalvo, 35, mental patient and self-confessed Boston Strangler, smiles as he is driven away from the courthouse. An all-male Superior Court jury found him guilty on all ten counts of assault and burglary. He was sentenced to life imprisonment. DeSalvo had not been charged with any of the 13 stranglings of women which occurred over a two-year period.

Albert DeSalvo smiles as the now 35 year old self confessed Boston Strangler is driven away to start a life imprisonment,he was found guilty of 10 assaults and burglary But NOT murder.

Albert DeSalvo (The Boston Strangler) - Serial Killer Documentary

Albert DeSalvo (The Boston Strangler) - Serial Killer Documentary

Albert DeSalvo

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030777CR ALBERT DESALVO BOSTON STRANGLER ESCAPES FEBRUARY 27 1967 NEWSPAPER

030777CR ALBERT DESALVO BOSTON STRANGLER ESCAPES FEBRUARY 27 1967 NEWSPAPER

Albert Desalvo

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