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In the decades that followed, he would be accused of seven murders—and, as new DNA evidence continues to be uncovered, the list may grow. She is author of four crime books, The Good Son, Murder at Yale, Behind the Mask—all available from St.
On Monday, New York Supreme Court Judge Bonnie Wittner handed down a sentence of 25 years to life in prison, the Wall Street Journal reported.
"This kind of case is something I've never experienced, hope to never again.
Six years later, he killed Hover, also 23 and living in Manhattan.
Her body was found in Westchester County, not far from her family's estate.
Alcala raped and strangled Crilley, a 23-year-old TWA flight attendant, inside her Upper East Side apartment in 1971.
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I just want to say I hope these families find some peace and solace for these inexplicably brutal and horrific acts," Wittner said, according to the Journal.
PHOTOS: California serial killers Wittner then dissolved into tears.