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The Long Island Serial Killer – Mini Series (2016)

People Magazine Investigates

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On January 25, 2011, Suffolk County Police Commissioner Richard Dormer confirmed that the dead bodies police found in Long Island were all women who worked as escorts, advertised on Craigslist — and were probably murdered by a serial killer.

The bodies of Maureen Brainard-Barnes, 25, of Norwich, Connecticut; Melissa Barthelemy, 24, of Erie County, New York; and Amber Lynn Costello, 27, of North Babylon, New York, were discovered on an isolated strip of waterfront property in Gilgo beach in December 2010.

A few days later, police found the skeletal remains of Megan Waterman, 22, of Maine. All four women had been missing for months or years.

Police made the grisly discovery by accident while searching for 24-year-old escort Shannan Gilbert, who was last seen fleeing the home of a client she met on Craigslist in Oak Beach on May 21, 2010. Gilbert’s body was found on December 13, 2011, in the same area.

So far, more than 10 bodies have been found in the area, including those of a toddler and an Asian male. Many experts believe that all were the victims of the Long Island Serial Killer, or killers — but the murderer’s identity remains a mystery.

Long Island serial killer @ Wikipedia

Episode 1: “The Lost Girls”

When a vivacious young escort, Shannan Gilbert, vanishes on Long Island’s south shore in 2010, her disappearance leads police to discover the bodies of ten other victims dumped by a serial killer.

Episode 2: “New Revelations”

The discovery of four women’s bodies on Gilgo Beach was just the beginning. But who is the Long Island Serial Killer? Investigators uncover multiple suspects and shocking theories, as they race to capture this prolific killer before he strikes again.

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  • Anne Regnar von Irgens-Bergh

    I have seen some of the documentaries, sorry to say not all, and it’s about time the police are forced to act. But, as I see it, you are all very gung ho on the idea that there is only one. I think that you are wrong. The 4 women in burlap sack and the other 4 in Atlantic City are connected. But the dismembered women, that is a very different appetite. You don’t go from strangling, then torture to go back to strangling again. That is simply unheard-of. And another thing, the unidentified woman and toddler, could they be connected to the dismemberer? Have they tried to compare the little girls DNA against known offenders or whatever DNA they can test against? If they are related, it would make sense as to why no-one has reported the pair missing.
    I am just spit balling here, and maybe all has been tried, BUT there are definitely TWO psychos at play!