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Transcript of Boston Strangler
Details (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Albert
DeSalvo Well built male Married 1931-1973 (Stabbed to death at age 42) Was 1 in 6 children Lived in Malden, Boston, Massachusetts, USA Was employed in
the army and construction units Sociopath Serial Killer/Rapist Targeted Young/Old Women
in apartments Also known as:
-The Boston Strangler
-The Measuring Man
-The Phamtom Strangler His murder methods included:
-Bashing Albert was raised in a family of violence.
His father being a women and child abuser, also a sex addict. Strangle
(With clothes) Stab Rape Befriends and allowed
to enter the victims
apartment Leave Albert Desalvo 1962 1964 1963 15 June, 1962, Anna Slesers, 55 28 June, 1962, Mullen, 80 30 June, 1962, Nina Nichole, 68 30 June, 1962, Helen Blake, 65 19 August, 1962, Ida Irga, 75 20 August, 1962, Jane Sullivan, 67 5 December 1962, Sophie Clark, 20 31 December 1962, Patricia Bissette, 23 9 March 1963, Mary Brown 6 May 1963, Beverly Samans, 23 8 September 1963, Evelyn Corbin, 58 23 November 1963, Joann Graff 4 January 1964, Mary Sullivan, 19 13 Victims Strangled and stabbed Over the years 1962-1964
Albert- 31-33 years of age Timeline of Events Why? Overcomed by
his desires & fears Insanity by his mental illness: 'sociopathic' Wanted fame Created By:
Ahmad Nabi-Bidhendi Yes, I do believe that he is of a high 'dangerousness' to women and should not be realeased because: Of his Insanity due to his mental disorder, His strong addiction for sex His history for reoffending after physchological treatment and imprisonment -Came from an abusive home Early Life Of
Albert DeSalvo -Father: Frank Mother: Charlotte
2 Brothers 3 Sisters -Frank taught them to Steal -Frank Made children watch him
with prositutes -After being jailed twice, Frank was divorced by Charlotte in 1944 -As a Teen, he was arrested for various crimes. Was sent to juvenile school -Since graduating from high school he inlisted in the army. -While in the army, he met Irmgard, Cathlic girl in Frankfurt, whom he later maried. Here is the story of the Strangler, yet untold,
The man who claims he murdered thirteen women,
young and old.
The elusive Strangler, there he goes,
Where his wanderlust sends him, no one knows
He struck within the light of day,
Leaving not one clue astray.
Young and old, their lips are sealed,
Their secret of death never revealed.
Even though he is sick in mind,
He’s much too clever for the police to find.
To reveal his secret will bring him fame,
But burden his family with unwanted shame.
Today he sits in a prison cell,
Deep inside only a secret he can tell.
People everywhere are still in doubt,
Is the Strangler in prison or roaming about? Poem
By: Albert DeSalvo http://www.essortment.com/boston-strangler-33370.html -The Boston Strangler's Victims -ALbert's DeSalvo's poem + Biography http://library.thinkquest.org/04oct/00803/DeSalvo_fs.htm -All around summary of information on The Boston Strangler http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/serial_killers/notorious/boston/index_1.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_Strangler -Foundation dates and information about
Albert Henry DeSalvo http://www.fortunecity.com/roswell/streiber/273/desalvo_cf.htm -Serial killer case study including:
etc. http://crime.about.com/od/murder/a/albert_desalvo.htm -Explanation of The green Man + Albert's Army days Bibliography The Boston Strangler (MOVIE) -Distributed by: Twentieth Century Fox
Directed by: Richard Fleischer
Release date: October 16, 1968 31 32 33 http://www.biography.com/articles/Alberto-DeSalvo-17169632 -Later information for filling in empty gaps http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCVnvP8yQDY'blah' -Video documentary
Video + Audio Summary -Background information http://www.biography.com/notorious/crimefiles.do?catId=259456&action=view&profileId=262830 -After marrying Irmgard Beck, The couple lived a modest and sustained life, despite Irmgard giving birth to a handicapped child. Albert's Family Before The Arrest -Later Irmgard gave birth to a boy who was perfectly healthy. -After the birth of the two children, Albert seemed to be a conscientious family man, liked and appreciated by colleagues and his boss. -He was also known to be an outrageous braggart, which led the police to doubt his claims to be the strangler. Death -November 25, 1973 (aged 42) - While serving a life sentence, he was Murderd/Stabbed in prison - Just a day before announcing 'The truth about the Boston Strangler' - Suspected Guards and Prisoniers plotted to kill him -Due to lack of evidence, no convictions made Time to show the video that failed to attach