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Boston Strangler Case is UNSOLVED

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Sherri Jefferson

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This episode will explore why the Boston Strangler case remains unsolved.  It will discuss and compare and contrast the deaths of 67-year old Jane Sullivan and 19-year old Mary Sullivan, both of whom were victimized with broomsticks.  These were the only victims to be victimized in this manner.  It will discuss and compare and contrast the death of Sophie Clark the only Black/African-American victim in the "Boston strangler's" murders.  It will also discuss and compare and contrast the deaths of 21-year old Sophie Clark, Patricia Bissette and Joann Graff.  These women were the youngest of all of the victims.So far, to date,  DNA has ONLY matched three (3) victims.   Furthermore, the day before Mr. DeSalvo was murdered he agreed to talk to his doctor about the murders and his poem suggest that he was not the Boston strangler.  Was Mr. Nassar the real Boston Strangler?  Were the other victims the subject of copycats murders or isolated murders?  Join us as we analyze the Boston Strangler case and you will also say that the case is UNSOLVED!