Murder Reopened -- The Alphabet Killer | 2001
In the early 1970s, the industrial city of Rochester, New York, experienced three murders over a two-year period. Three young girls were raped, strangled and dumped along isolated highways: Carmen Colon, Wanda Walkowicz and Michelle Maenza. The police were stunned to realize that the girls had more in common than their family background. All three had matching first and last initials and all three of their bodies were disposed of in local towns that began with that same initial. After 30 years with no answers, expert criminal profiler Roy Hazelwood, a specialist in serial sexual killings, takes on these unsolved murders.