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The Smiling, Singing Strangler of WW2

An American soldier used the browned-out city of Melbourne as a hunting ground for murder.

The Smiling, Singing Strangler who killed three women in 16 days |Picture Credits: Herald Sun

It was during May 1942 that Melbourne, Australia witnessed its bloodiest killing spree. Three women murdered: Ivy McLeod, Pauline Thompson, and Gladys Hosking, all middle-aged, strangled to death with their clothes ripped off. Authorities suspected…

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