After finding several sets of remains police concluded that Long Island’s Gilgo Beach had become the dumping ground of an elusive serial killer. On April 11, 2011, police discovered a skull and a partial set of remains possibly belonging to the killer’s ninth and tenth victims. A look at the case so far.
A woman walking the dog in the waterfront village of Lattingtown on Long Island’s north shore stumbled upon a bag filled with the skeletal remains of a human body. Found in the bag alongside the bones and clothing was a 24 karat gold pendant in the shape of a pig. Police believe the golden pig may hold important clues to the victim’s identity.