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Daryl Gates, the Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department,  talks about the Hillside Strangler.
Photo dated: February 24, 1978

 

 

These photographs were made in the Hillside Strangler Task Force room at Parker Center.
Hillside Strangler Task Force investigator examines photographs of 8 of the women
believed victims of the strangler. Unit came to include 93 persons.

 

 

Jane Evelyn King, twenty-eight, was killed on Nov. 23, 1977. She was the 9th victim of the Hillside
Strangler. Her body was found dumped at a southbound Los Feliz off-ramp of the Golden State
Freeway. Sheet in background marks where her nude body was found.
Police investigators can be
seen in the foreground.

 

 

Police investigators inspect the car Lauren Wagner was seen driving parked within 50 feet
of her house the night before her body was found in Glassell Park.

 

 

Los Angeles Police Department, homicide detectives investigate the murder site of Lauren Rae Wagner.
The body was found November 29, 1977 on the west side of Mount Washington in Glassell Park
at 1217 Cliff Dr.

 

 

Close friends of the Wagner family carry the casket containing the body of Lauren Rae Wagner,
10th victim of the Hillside Strangler. Services were held at Our Lady of Peace Church, Sepulveda,
with more than 250 persons attending.

 

 

The apartment house, at 1950 Tamarind, is where the hillside strangler apparently told
his victim, Kimberly Diane Martin, he would meet her the evening before her nude body
was found dumped on a hillside.

 

 

2006 N. Alvarado, Echo Park, the place where Kimberly Diane Martin's body was found. Overview
of the area where the body was found. Many residents of the area stopped to view the sight
where the body was dumped.

 

 

2006 N. Alvarado, Echo Park, the place where Kimberly Diane Martin's body was found. Body can be
seen in the center of the photo, with police personnel and residents of the area in the background.

 

 

2006 N. Alvarado, Echo Park, the place where Kimberly Diane Martin's body was found. General area
where the body was found. In the background, on the boom, the coroner's photographer is seen as
he shoots down on the body.

 

 

2006 N. Alvarado, Echo Park, the place where Kimberly Diane Martin's body was found.
Body is being removed by the coronor's office.

 

 

At precisely 5:30 p.m. on February 16, 1978, Cindy Hudspeth was driving her bright orange
1977 Datsun B-210 north on Glendale Boulevard in rush hour traffic, approaching Colorado
Boulevard. She was due at her evening job, a right turn onto Colorado and five blocks away
at 6 p.m. She never arrived. In this photo, sheriff's sergeant is trying to recreate the route
that Cindy would have taken in hopes that someone may have seen something.

 

 

Los Angeles, California: A member of the Los Angeles County Coroner's office yells instruction up a hillside
as members of the Los Angeles Police Hillside Strangler task force investigate the body of a woman (her
leg can be seen) found in the truck of a car. Cindy Lee Hudspeth, 20, is thought to be the 13th victim of
the Hillside Strangler. The car, spotted by a helicopter February 17th, had been driven or pushed off the
highway (February 18, 1978)

 

 

Casket of Cindy Lee Hudspeth is taken from Utter McKinley the morning following the
services presided over by Father Frank Kelley.

 

 

The calendar is called "The Nightmare Month of November 1977". It shows the days that 8 of the
 victims of the Hillside Strangler were murdered. Victims were numbers 4 through 10.

 

 

This maps shows the location of the murders in relation to Buono's shop on E. Colorado Blvd.
The location of the bodies makes a rough circle around this location.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
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