New Evidence May Give 'Boston Strangler' A Name
After almost 50 years, law enforcement officials say they have new evidence proving who killed the last victim in the infamous Boston Strangler case, a string of murders in the 1960s.
But questions are being asked about the new evidence and the way it was obtained.
WBUR’s Bruce Gellerman reports on the latest developments in this cold case.
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