Henry Fonda as John S. Bottomly, and Tony Curtis as Albert DeSalvo [The Boston Strangler, 1968]

Henry Fonda as John S. Bottomly, and Tony Curtis as Albert DeSalvo [The Boston Strangler, 1968]

Sally Kellerman as Dianne Cluny, and Tony Curtis as Albert DeSalvo [The Boston Strangler, 1968]

Sally Kellerman as Dianne Cluny, and Tony Curtis as Albert DeSalvo [The Boston Strangler, 1968]

Tony Curtis as Albert DeSalvo, and Carolyn Conwell as Irmgard DeSalvo [The Boston Strangler, 1968]

Tony Curtis as Albert DeSalvo, and Carolyn Conwell as Irmgard DeSalvo [The Boston Strangler, 1968]

Albert DeSalvo died in prison stabbed to death in his cell, pictured here.

Albert DeSalvo died in prison stabbed to death in his cell, pictured here.

Boston Strangler-Albert Desalvo mug shot

Boston Strangler suspect Albert DeSalvo linked to crimes via DNA 50 years later

Albert DeSalvo, the Boston Strangler, serial killer. Convicted of murdering 13 women but his confession has been disputed. Murdered in prison.

Serial Killer Photo Gallery

Albert DeSalvo, the Boston Strangler, serial killer. Convicted of murdering 13 women but his confession has been disputed. Murdered in prison.

Albert DeSalvo

Serial Killer Photo Gallery

DNA found at Boston Strangler’s last murder scene was Albert DeSalvo’s.  Before DeSalvo died in prison, he confessed to murdering 11 of the women attributed to the Boston Strangler serial killings.

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DNA found at Boston Strangler’s last murder scene was Albert DeSalvo’s. Before DeSalvo died in prison, he confessed to murdering 11 of the women attributed to the Boston Strangler serial killings.

Mental Patient and Strangler Albert DeSalvo  January 18, 1967 - Albert DeSalvo, 35, mental patient and self-confessed Boston Strangler, smiles as he is driven away from the courthouse. An all-male Superior Court jury found him guilty on all ten counts of assault and burglary. He was sentenced to life imprisonment. DeSalvo had not been charged with any of the 13 stranglings of women which occurred over a two-year period.

Mental Patient and Strangler Albert DeSalvo January 18, 1967 - Albert DeSalvo, 35, mental patient and self-confessed Boston Strangler, smiles as he is driven away from the courthouse. An all-male Superior Court jury found him guilty on all ten counts of assault and burglary. He was sentenced to life imprisonment. DeSalvo had not been charged with any of the 13 stranglings of women which occurred over a two-year period.

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