Episode: “The Craigslist Ripper” Pt. 2 - The Long Island Serial Killer

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“The Craigslist Ripper” Pt. 2 - The Long Island Serial Killer

Many of the details surrounding the murder of 16 women in Long Island remain a mystery, the only connection is that the women all used Craigslist. Investigations have yielded no concrete suspects. Only 35 miles from Manhattan, a serial killer remains at large. 

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