For 5 months the murderer known only as the Hillside Strangler terrorized Los Angeles California, then the killing suddenly stopped….or did it?
The man in the front isBobGrogan
Its hard for me to post pictures of the murders, their faces were plastered on every news site for months, the victims are far more important, this photo includes Karen and Diane from Washington.
Angelo Bueno and Kenneth Bianchi
A photo I believe to be Veronica, the women who fell in love with the murderer, so much in love she would kill for him.
For more information on Veronica, I found a link to an interview she did with Dr Oz. I can’t feel bad for her, drugs or no drugs, what’s your thoughts?
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Below is a list of resources used during the research and telling of this story. (partial)
“‘Hillside Strangler’ dies in prison”. cnn.com.
“Peter Lorre’s daughter was near-victim of Hillside Strangler”. Lakeland Ledger. November 17, 1979. Vronsky, Peter (2004). Serial Killers: The Method and Madness of Monsters. p. 191. ISBN 0-425-19640-2.
Bachmann, Patrick (Writer/Producer) (1997). The Hillside Stranglers (television production). A&E Television. ^ King, Gary C. “The Hillside Strangler: Angelo Buono and Kenneth Bianchi.” Investigation Discovery.
and of course Ancestry.com, MyHeritage.com, Newspaperarchives, FamilySearch.org
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