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My Favorite Fictional Ladies Alphabet

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The Alphabet Murders

In the 1970s a series of murderes took place in Rochester, NY and the killer was never caught. The victims were three girls who were raped and brutally murdered. The strange thing about the murders was the fact that each of the girls’ first and last names started with the same letter and that each body was found in a town that had a name starting with the same letter as each girl’s name.

  • Carmen Colon in Churchville (10)
  • Wanda Walkowicz in Webster (11)
  • Michelle Maenza in Macedon (11)

Though no one was convicted of the murders, the two “people of interest” commited suicide. DNA tests ruled both of them out as the potential killers. Fast forward to 2011 in California. A man named Joseph Naso is arressted for murdering four women who fit the same pattern as the murders in Rochester.

  • Roxene Roggasch
  • Pamela Parsons
  • Tracy Tofoya
  • Carmen Colon (same name as the victim in Rochester)

Naso was sentenced to death but never tied to the Rochester murders.