Bostonian

Synopsis: Marshal is a handsome successful career man who drives a luxury sports car, lives in the best part of the city, eats at the finest restaurants, drinks the rarest whiskeys, collects the ...
Genre: Thriller
 
IMDB:
5.2
TV-MA
Year:
2015
108 min
9 Views


1

No!

Tragedy has struck the hub again

as a south Boston woman

was attacked at her home

earlier tonight.

Police believe that she is the

latest victim of the so-called

Bostonian serial killer.

The latest attack is the tenth

in a string of killings

dating back

from October of 2012.

All the victims have been women

between the ages of 35 and 52

living in higher-end

areas of the city

such as back bay, the south end,

and last night, the city

point section of south Boston,

which has seen...

I know what you like.

My big boy.

All of the victims were

home alone at the time of the attack

and had their throat slashed

with a medium-sized blade.

The assailant was

able to gain entry

into all of these residences

with relative ease

and lay in wait for these women.

He seemed to know

their routine, lifestyle,

and whether or not

she lived alone.

All but two of the victims

did indeed live alone.

And in the other two cases,

the spouse was away on business.

Both men have been

ruled out as suspects.

We believe this guy

is either unemployed or homeless,

or for some reason has an ax

to grind against wealthy women.

No pun intended.

The WQBs team spoke

with captain Michael Donovan

of the Boston police

about the case.

We're looking at

the possibility that, in a way,

these were financially

motivated attacks,

not robberies or the like, just,

to put it in simple terms,

jealousy.

Maybe a case of

the have and have-nots

and the have-nots went too far.

There was no sexual aspects

of the crimes and all.

These women were all wealthy

and powerful, attractive.

And a lot of men

don't like that.

Profile is an angry white

or Hispanic male,

20 to 40, working class.

The killer left no prints,

fibers, or any other evidence

of his or her presence,

save the corpse.

Though tragic, police believe

this latest attack

may improve

the Bostonian's undoing

as they report two major errors

were made by the killer.

I'm just saying this guy

has been doing so good for so long

he got sloppy.

Police will not go into details

to what these mistakes

might be. How...

It was too dark.

I was too quick.

Hello.

Hey.

Hey, you know

what a night owl I am.

Sure.

Okay.

See you later.

Bye.

I already went over this

with detective Burke.

Well, let's go over it again.

It might trigger something.

This is important, Dan.

You can stop this guy.

Okay.

Well, my girlfriend broke up

with me that night over dinner.

So, I left after that,

about 8:
30.

I took the bus and it's

about a ten-minute walk

from the bus stop

to my house here.

And Ms. Kerstas's

house is between

your house and the bus stop?

Yeah.

Why were you so interested

in her house, anyway?

I mean, it's dark, it's raining,

why would you be

standing out there?

I just saw her looking

out the window.

Yeah? So?

I kind of had a crush on her.

I mean, for an older woman,

she was really attractive

and I just...

Hey.

No problem with that.

When I was 36, I got divorced.

I started tapping this

57-year-old lady for awhile.

You know, she kept

herself tight.

I figured, why not?

Tappin'?

Tappin'.

That's what they say these days.

Dan, continue, please.

Anyway, I saw her looking

out of the window,

so I stopped and looked up.

And I knew that the back door

to her building was on

the side of her house,

and I thought I saw a movement.

Only, it didn't

look like someone

was just opening the door.

It's like they were having

trouble with it, you know.

And he was fiddling...

He?

You knew it was a guy?

Yeah.

He was tall, pretty broad.

The figure just seemed

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