Grim Tide: Hunting The Long Island Serial Killer
Senior correspondent Laura Ingle hosts this multi-part Fox Nation Audio podcast that examines the unsolved murder mystery of the more than ten people, many of them sex workers, found on Long Island.
On a December morning more than a decade ago, a police dog stumbled across a set of female human remains on the south shore of Long Island, New York, along the edge of Ocean Parkway in Gilgo Beach. Law enforcement soon discovered the remains of three more women, stuffed in burlap bags found in thick bramble off a stretch of highway.
Months later, the body of 24-year-old sex worker Shannan Gilbert was also discovered near Oak Beach, not far from the “Gilgo Four,”. Also found were the dismembered remains of other women, a man dressed in female clothing, and a toddler, scattered in various locations throughout Long Island. Investigators announced that a serial killer (or killers) was to blame for the murders. But to this day, no suspects have been publicly named and no arrests have been made in a case that shook a quiet, sleepy beach town to its core, and captivated the nation.
In this Fox Nation series/Fox Audio podcast, produced by Fox News’ Investigative Unit, find out what law enforcement is currently doing to solve the case using new technology. You’ll learn new details from a former escort who believes she spoke with the Long Island serial killer. And hear from an investigator who helped solve the Golden State Killer case and what he believes can be done to lead to capture of the killer.