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'Son of Sam' Killer: Aurora, Sikh Massacres 'Senseless'
David Berkowitz, who gunned down 13 people, killing six, 35 years ago, says he hopes society takes the "glamour" out of guns. In the wake of the Aurora, Colo. theater massacre and the mass shooting at a Wisconsin Sikh temple, Berkowitz is calling for an end to gun violence. "It's all senseless,"
May 8, 1978: 'Son of Sam' Pleads Guilty
In court, David Berkowitz pleads guilty to all "Son of Sam" murders in NYC.
Jan. 23, 1989: Ted Bundy Set to Be Executed
Serial killer Ted Bundy is convictedof 3 murders, but confessed to 20 more.
Aug. 12, 1977: Son of Sam Arrested
One of the many questions that has come up in the investigation of David Berkowitz is why this fingerprint found on a son of Sam letter was not located an FBI files. ABC's bill spoke with the FBI officials and was told that the prince of David Berkowitz are not among the 62 million in their files.
'Lovely Bones:' Serial Killers Elude As Ordinary Neighbors
Film 'Lovely Bones' Draws on Profiling Experience of FBI 'Mind Hunter' John Douglas
Sudden Death Arrhythmias Hard to Detect
Roger Moore, Elton John Have Type of Arrhythmia Suspected in Death of Breslin's Daughter
Fake Firefighter Targeted Anna Wintour
Fueled by Anger at the Fashion World, Peter Braunstein Wrote About His Desire to Kill Vogue Editor
Webcast: Virginia Tech Shooting; Spring Nor'easter
I'm Owens at ABC news headquarters in new York and we welcome you to the world news webcast. Parts of the East Coast are still getting pounded by that powerful nor'easter. bringing high winds and record rain the storm is being blamed for at least three deaths now severe coastal flooding is possible
Murderabilia: Artifacts Associated with Murder
Wrenching debate surrounding something called murder this term artifacts associated with murder. Very often personal property being sold by convicted killers from behind bars. There's a thriving market for murder of and victims' families are furious about it. Here's ABC's its is finally doing a
'Murderabilia' Sales Distress Victims' Families
But Brokers Continue to Sell Killers' Items: 'I Don't Feel Like it Is Bad," One Says