At Least Two Gilgo Beach Killerson May 9, 2011 in Forensics, Unsubs by Brian Combs
Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota revealed that the bodies found on and around Gilgo Beach the last few months are the work of at least two separate unsubs.
It is clear that the area in and around Gilgo Beach has been used to discard human remains for some period of time. As distasteful and disturbing as that is, there is no evidence that all of these remains are the work of a single killer.
A fifth victim was identified earlier today. Jessica Taylor was known be working as a prostitute. Her head and hands had been removed.
According to reports, one of the other unidentified victims, who is believed to have also been a prostitute, was similarly dismembered.
Of the other remains found, one is believed to be of an Asian male. It is not thought to be connected to the deaths of the women. The Long Island Press feels it might be Yim Yeung Tsui, who has been missing since August 26, 1998.
Another of the remains belonged to a child, probably female, from 18 to 24 months old. The body was wrapped in a blanket. This death is not believed to be related to any of the others, and has not yet even been ruled a homicide.