Melissa Moore, the daughter of the notorious serial killer in the ‘90s known as the “Happy Face Killer,” has made it her mission to speak out on behalf of relatives of other serial killers. But for the first time ever, Moore decided to meet face-to-face with a relative of her father’s first victim.
Melissa Moore grew up with an adoring dad. But behind the loving façade was a violent killer with a secret that would only be revealed years later – her dad Keith Jesperson was one of the nation’s most infamous serial killers, known as the “Happy Face Killer,” for the anonymous confession letters
It’s been 20 years since Keith Jesperson, one of the most notorious serial killers in the country, was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison, but his daughter Melissa Moore, who now has children of her own, still struggles with navigating the traumatic aftermath of her father’s sadistic
One of the country's most notorious serial killers, the Boston Strangler , has been conclusively identified by Massachusetts authorities after the suspect's body was exhumed and his DNA compared to evidence left at his last crime scene, police announced today. Police said today that DNA from Albert
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Authorities say DNA found on the last victim's body is a 99.9 percent match to Albert DeSalvo.
A water bottle recovered from a construction site where Tim DiSalvo – whose uncle Albert DiSalvo had confessed to being the internationally notorious Boston Strangler – gave police the DNA evidence they needed to bring closure to a case that has been a mystery for nearly 50 years, murders for which
New DNA technology officially connects suspect Albert DeSalvo to 1964 murder victim Mary Sullivan.
News of the passing of legendary movie actor Tony Curtis has no doubt sent millions of film aficionados to their stash of DVDs. And as they comb through the pile, most will no doubt pull out "Some Like It Hot," the 1959 gem directed by Billy Wilder that co-starred Marilyn Monroe and Jack Lemmon. In
When President Obama took the oath of office, it was his right hand that he held steadily in the cold D.C. air, but as he sat down to sign his first executive order, it was clear that it was his left hand that will be doing most of the work for the next four years. "That's right. I'm a lefty. Get