Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

The Career Girls Murders


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Buckley, Thomas. "Youth Is Accused in Wylie Slaying". The New York Times, April 26, 1965.

Clark, Alfred E. "Police Say They Still Lack Lead To Identity of Girls' Murderer". The New York Times, August 31, 1963.

Doyle, Patrick and Kline, Sidney. "2 Career Girls Found Savagely Slain in Apt". The Daily News, August 29, 1963.

Federici, William and Kline, Sidney. "Seize Addict as Career Girls' Slayer", January 27, 1965, "Arraigned in Girls' Deaths", The Daily News, January 28, 1965.

Kanter, Nathan and Lee, Henry. "Confession: Stumbled Into Killing of 2". The Daily News, April 26, 1964.

Kihss, Peter.
"Youth Accused in Wylie-Hoffert and Brooklyn Murders Ask For Lie Test", April 28, 1964.
"Brooklyn Indicts 3 Slay Suspect", April 29, 1964,
"Parolee Booked In Wylie Slaying", January 27, 1965,
"Hogan Clears Whitmore in 2 East Side Murders", January 28, 1965, The New York Times.

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Oelsner, Lesley.
"Whitmore Rape-Robbery Case Reopened by District Attorney", December 12, 1972,
"Whitmore Wins Freedom On Gold's New Evidence", April 11, 1973, The New York Times.

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Ross, Edwin and Abelman. "Judge Criticizes D.A. On Whitmore Rush", The Daily News, January 20, 1964.

Roth, Jack.
"Confession" Laid to Police", January 28, 1965,
"Wylie Case Arrest is Based on Tapes", January 29, 1965, The New York Times.

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Zion, Sidney E. "The Suspect Confesses-But Who Believes Him?" The New York Times Magazine, May 16, 1965.


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