Over a course of 18 years, seven young girls were kidnapped, sexually assaulted and murdered in Las Vegas, Nevada. None of these cases were ever solved and they remain among the most disturbing of Nevada's cold cases. In a brand new analysis written by crime analyst and profiler Chelsea Hoffman, these seven cold cases are revisited and reexamined and one thing has been made clear: A serial killer went unpunished in Las Vegas. Is he still freely escaping justice or did he die, taking the secrets of the crimes he committed to the grave with him?
"The Sin City Strangler" is the tightly written but in depth analysis that brings to attention seven horrific cold cases. These cases include the murders of Susan Rae Perron, Gerri Ann Ralston and Jody Marie Miller, among others.
Most importantly, "The Sin City Strangler," brings to attention that the Las Vegas Metro Police Department never publicly acknowledged any such investigation into the potential of a serial killer -- even though one detective in 1997 admitted that there were obvious similarities between these cases.
This is an era of high awareness of missing girls, but back between the years 1971 and 1989, the times were far simpler. There wasn't an internet, so the "social networking" of this era was limited to telephones and being in person. Nowadays the massive efforts and campaigns done online to help find answers to cold and current cases like these are overwhelming. If the seven Las Vegas girls who were raped and murdered were a part of this modern era, would they had gotten more attention?