1. Serial Killer

    Police: One Killer In LI Murders

    Articles about the recent discovery of bodies near a Long Island, New York beach as seen in April 6 issues of Newsday and the New York Daily News newspapers on April 7, 2011 in New York. Four bodies recently found near the town of Gilgo Beach on Long Island, about 45 miles (72 km) from New York city, brings the count to eight bodies discovered in the area, including four last December, leading authorities to speculate there is a serial killer at work. The disappearance of prostitute Shannan Gilbert of Jersey City, New Jersey started the search by local officials that led to the discovery of the bodies. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA (Photo credit should read STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Police now say a single serial killer is likely to blame for the 10 bodies found on Long Island. They had previously suspected the murders may have been the work of as many as three different people. Investigators now also say the bodies of a man and a toddler may have been connected with the sex trade (the other eight bodies were of women who worked as prostitutes), but they would not elaborate. They also now believe the murderer is a Long Islander. The 10 bodies were found between December and April along a stretch of Ocean Parkway.

    Read it at Newsday