Boston Strangler DNA evidence case solved?
Boston authorities have secured a search warrant to exhume the body of Albert DeSalvo, the confessed Boston Strangler who terrorized the city in the 1960s, to confirm a newly released DNA that links him to the rape and killing of his last victim.
Mary Sullivan was 19 years old when she was brutally raped and killed in her Boston bedroom in 1964.
The only link between DeSalvo and Sullivan’s murder was his confession, which was subject of controversy since there was no evidence.
That was until today.