DNA evidence leads to break in Boston Strangler case

Investigators said Thursday that they had linked the man believed by many to have been the Boston Strangler to DNA found in the home of a woman thought to be the Strangler’s last victim in a string of unsolved murders that petrified this city in the early 1960s and has perplexed it ever since.

Read the full article here: 50 Years Later, a Break in a Boston Strangler Case

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