"The Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run"
Two of the victims were found in the area of the old Euclid Beach Amusement Park.
Eliot Ness and Sam Sheppard both lived at one time in Bay Village and Cleveland Heights.
Doctor Sam Gerber worked at the Warrensville workhouse. Edward Andrassy was an inmate there, briefly.
There always seems to be railroad tracks in the vicinity of the victims. Further, the rails connect the similar cases in other locations.
Many of the victims were found by water.
All the victims were white except Rose Wallace.
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