Three psychics have revealed their theories on the new Craigslist killer, known as the Gilgo Beach serial killer, on Long Island, New York.
Irish native, Suffolk County Police Commissioner, Richard Dormer, is certain that they are now hunting for a serial killer after the remains of the four bodies found on a quarter mile strip on Gilgo Beach were identified.
As the police continue to investigate three psychics spoke to Metro newspaper and shared their theories on the case.
Mary Rose, a psychic with 25-years experience in police profiling believes the serial killer is living within the community. She told Metro "He commutes on the Long Island Rail Road. He has hazel or light-colored eyes. He’s very charming but hates his mother with a passion. It’s possible that his mother is a petite woman."
She continued "He has anger management issues and a cocaine problem. Not a good combination…It’s very possible that he was high on cocaine when the killings occurred. He could be a strangler. I see women’s necks. He goes for the jugular.”
Dawn Joly another psychic said "This guy is very clever. It’s like a game to him…He’s outgoing, but I get a chemical imbalance.
“First, he connects with his victims sexually…I feel a white car and a wooded area. I see a Jones Beach connection. He travels around but he is from New York. I believe he is on Long Island.”
J. Pelligrino said "He’s hostile and does not respect women. He has serious mommy issues…I believe he’s gone. This case has gotten too much attention. He’s hiding out in a place with a heavy population.”
Last month the remains of Maureen Brainard-Barnes, Amber Lynn Costello, Megan Waterman and Melissa Barthelemy were found buried by the side of the road at Giglo Beach. At least three of the women live work in the sex industry.
Speaking after their identification Commissioner Dormer seemed convinced that they were dealing with a serial killer. He said "I don't think it's a coincidence that four bodies just ended up in the same area."
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