The Elusive Long Island Killer
A new mutation of these types of monsters develop a number of times every decade. These individuals are stalkers seeking their prey and in great numbers; for them it is a form of excitement in their lives they are unable to achieve by other means. These individuals are serial killers.
Since the beginning of time there have been men who possess the need to achieve fame and notoriety; the means through which they gain this is the terror and loss of life to others. It never stops at one, or two, or even three. Unfortunately, it comes in much greater numbers. It becomes much more than a means of exerting control or overcoming impotency; it becomes a game.
Many serial killers consider what they do to be a work of art. After they have had their “works” discovered, the game truly begins. They are aware of the fact that they have little else in this world, or so they may feel. They realize that there is only one endgame to this; a serial killer knows that the only way they will stop is if they are caught. Ted Bundy, one of America’s most prolific serial killers himself spoke that he would have continued killing had he not been caught. This new era more technologically advanced in the art of criminal investigation should make it easier to catch predators like Bundy; unfortunately, this has not always been the case. Again, we see this pattern emerge and continue with a new breed in a new era.
In the burrows of the east coast, they are on the lookout for a predator who threatens the lives of those who reside in their community.
They are dubbing him “The Long Island Killer.”
To date they have discovered 9 bodies along Gilgo Beach. The first four were discovered in December of 2010.Continued on the next page