The Monster of Florence

Between 1968 and 1985, a monsterstalked the streets of Florence, Italy.  He (or she) wielded a .22 caliber pistol, murdering sixteen people (and occasionally mutilating the genitals of female victims) before inexplicably vanishing. The killeralmost always struck couples,   and police have been utterly stymied in their attempts to definitively solve the case.

Over the course of the investigation, they interviewed more than one hundred thousand people; four different men have been convicted of the murders at four different times—and of course, they can’t all be guilty of all the murders. Many others have been arrested in connection with the crimes, only to be released when the killer struck again using the same gun and modus operandi.
Independent investigations have arrived at the conclusion that Antonio Vinci, a relative of two other suspects in the murders, is a likely culprit; Vinci is still alive and free, and in 2008 maintained his innocence in a

Dateline NBC” interview. Whoever the monster is or was a resolution seems highly unlikely nearly thirty years after the last murder occurred.

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