Episode: “The Craigslist Ripper” - The Long Island Serial Killer


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“The Craigslist Ripper” - The Long Island Serial Killer

Ten bodies were found on Ocean Parkway near Gilgo Beach in Long Island in 2010 all linked to one person. The killer primarily targeted sex workers who charged about $200 an hour via Craigslist. The Long Island Serial Killer’s murders go as far back as 1982, yet he still hasn’t been caught. 

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