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It was at this address, 79 Gainsborough Street in Boston, where the "Boston Strangler" committed his final crime on October 27, 1964. The victim lived to identify him which led to his arrest. Look closely at the photo and you'll spot the iNever logo lower right.
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Albert Henry DeSalvo (September 3, 1931 - November 25, 1973) grew up in Chelsea, Massachusetts, with a violent alcoholic father. Young DeSalvo was once sold in slavery, along with his sister, to a Maine farmer.  He grew up in the Boston area and became a symbol for murder when he confessed to the killings of 13 women from June 14, 1962, to January 4, 1964.  Controversy remains whether DeSalvo could have been what the press dubbed 'The Boston Strangler.' Although blamed, DeSalvo was never tried or convicted for the Strangler’s murders – he was in prison for other crimes and eventually was killed there.

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