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Forensic characteristics: abducted or ambushed - killed in the vicinity of the encounter - on rural road and bush terrain - found facedown in six-inches of water on bank of creek - mud and sand found in mouth - clad in orange blouse ripped open in front - peddle-pusher/toreador style pants partly pulled down - no penetrative rape reported or determined - walked or forced through bush on footpath from road to creek - drowned forcibly by head being held in mud and creek - purse found on the opposite bank of the creek with contents intact - Sunday afternoon.Sophie Olejnik,14, June 2, 1963 departed her home at 49 N.(Some reports indicate that the garments were disheveled ripped or torn.) Susan Davis was nude and died of wound to the neck that severed her larynx and was also stabbed on the left side of her abdomen and the right side of her neck.Her light blue jacket with initials, blue print dress and underwear were found in a pile near her.The handbags of both girls were found nearby, Davis's purse with and change. a dark colored Mustang parked near where the blue convertible was found.Some sources note that serial killer Ted Bundy attended Temple University from January through May 1969 and apparently did not move west until after Memorial Day weekend.While Bundy's accounts of his earliest crimes varied considerably between interviews, he told forensic psychologist Art Norman that his first murder victims were two women "in the Philadelphia area." Forensic characteristics: abducted near home - found by side of the road near cemetery - nude from waist up - bra loose around neck - beaten - bruises on chin and face - black eye - strangled with chain of crucifix according to police - sexually assaulted - bloody palm print on thigh - Monday evening murder On Monday, July 14, 1969, at approximately p.m., Denise Falasca, age 15, left her residence on 32 Bergenline Avenue in Closter, New Jersey, to go to her friend's house in Westwood, NJ.Denise was supposed to be home at p.m.; however, she never returned home.
On Tuesday, January 24, 1967, at approximately 9 p.m., Mary Ann Della Sala, age 17, of 150 Hobart Street in Hackensack, NJ, finished her shift at the Shop Rite located on 330 Essex Street, in Hackensack. Robert Zarinsky charged in 2008 based on DNA evidence but died on eve of trial.Mary Anna Della Sala was last seen wearing a light blue sweater and suede jacket with tan pants, blue shoes and a blue headband. She was also wearing her boyfriend’s Hackensack High School class ring which was engraved with his initials. Darlene has reddish brown hair and brown eyes, a small female at 5’ 3” and weighing 100 pounds. Saturday afternoon murder - estimated around to pm. Her killer came at her from behind, striking her in the back of the head with a wooden mallet which was recovered at the scene. In the ensuing weeks, detectives interviewed and performed background checks on more than 300 people, including the guards who had been on duty at the campus' front and back gates and the employees who were at work that day. Victim did not return to her family home at 1766 Union Avenue, Union, NJ. Irene was last seen wearing a black long sleeved shirt and dark blue jeans.Victim was found in Passaic River near Ryerson Way, Hawthorne, N. She was wearing a brown blouse and a skirt with polka dots, along with a brown suede coat with a fur collar, when she went missing. Dozens of people took polygraph tests but no suspect was identified. Police treated Balabanow as a run-away, despite her leaving her money and cosmetics at home. She was also wearing a silver crucifix hanging around her neck and a “Belle Chasse High School 1965" class ring on her right hand.Forensic characteristics: 61 post-mortem stab wounds to neck and chest with 18-inch kitchen knife, found protruding from neck. Thrown off the bridge while still alive but unconscious. Found Friday, February 11 in Colts Neck Township, face down on ice of Yellow Brook at Muhlenbrink Road bridge. Irvington and Prince Street, Elizabeth, Union County, NJ Cause of death: stab to the chest. Forensic characteristics: abducted near home and a shopping center - found in water - nude from waist down - beaten about the head - sexual assault indetermined due to decomposition Thurs March 17 1966, pm left home at 48 Gurley Road in Nixon, Edison Township to a bakery a block away in the Edison Shopping Center on Woodbridge Avenue, to buy cupcakes for her mother. Wedding party with some forty teenage guests on Sunday night.Souvenir letter opener dagger left at scene on the floor between the victim's legs by perpetrator. Victim might have been wearing a white student nurse uniform. Student nurse left dormitory at Hackensack Hospital School of Nursing pm to go home and found in her home in the living room [den] by her father at p.m. Attack began in bedroom upstairs and progressed down the stairs into the living room [den]. Stabbed post-mortem 60 times with an 18-inch kitchen knife in the neck and chest. A four-inch souvenir curved dagger from the Jordanian Pavilion at New York Worlds Fair 1964-65 was brought to the scene by the perpetrator and found on the floor between the victim's legs. Cause of death: brain hemorrhage due to blunt force trauma to back of the head and hypothermia. Witnesses claimed to have seen her in the vicinity at pm. Four-inch scissors driven into in her left breast post-mortem. Last seen buying cleaning supplies and thank-you notes at about pm Monday. Found laying on her back, head pointing west, about 20-25 feet from the side walk.