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Between 1962 and 1964, the Boston Strangler claimed the lives of at least 11 women. Now, half a century later, DNA evidence has confirmed that the chief suspect, Albert DeSalvo, raped and murdered one of those victims, 19-year-old Mary Sullivan.
DeSalvo confessed to killing Sullivan and about a dozen other women, but later recanted that confession and was never convicted. He was killed in prison in 1973 while serving time for other crimes.
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