June 17, 2021

Episode 21: The Frustrating Case of the Solved but Unsolved Frankford Slasher Murders

Episode 21: The Frustrating Case of the Solved but Unsolved Frankford Slasher Murders

Source:

The primary source for this piece was the coverage in the Philadelphia Inquirer, August 1985 – July 2000, along with supplements from the following books.

Mendoza, Antonio. Killers on the Loose: Unsolved Cases of Serial Murder. Revised and updated. Virgin, 2002.

Newton, Michael. Still at Large: A Casebook of Twentieth Century Serial Killers Who Eluded Justice. Loompanics Unlimited, 1999.

Newton, Michael. The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers. Checkmark, 2000.

Schechter, Harold. The Serial Killer Files. New York: Ballantine, 2003.


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