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Katherine Graham, left, and officer John Tutt answer phones at a police station in New York flushing area, August 2, 1977, where a special hotline was set up to handle calls with information about the mad killer who styles himself "Son of Sam." At a news conference, Tuesday, August 2 deputy police commissioner Francis McLoughlin said there were other cars parked in the area when the 44 caliber killer shot a young couple Brooklyn over the weekend. He urged any additional Eyewitnesses to overcome fear and help in profiling the mad killer. (AP Photo/Ira Schwartz)

Jerome Moskowitz talk with newsmen in New York, Monday, August 2, 1977, after they learned that their 20-year-old daughter Stacy had died of gunshot wounds inflicted by a man known as the .44-caliber killer. Stacy and her date, Robert Violante, 20, were shot by the gunman while parked on a date on Sunday. Violante may have been blinded by his wounds. (AP Photo)

Queens District Attorney John Santucci speaks with the press.

Neysa, left, and Jerome Moskowitz talk with newsmen in New York, Monday, August 2, 1977 after they learned that their 20-year-old daughter Stacy had died of gunshot wounds inflicted by a man known as the .44-caliber killer. Stacy and her date, Robert Violante, 20, were shot by the gunman while parked on a date on Sunday. Violante may have been blinded by his wounds. (AP Photo)

Pat Violante's at King County Hospital press conference, August 2, 1977. Violante's nephew, Frank Violante, stands in background. (AP Photo/Dave Gould)

Neysa and Jerome Moskowitz at Stacy's funeral.

Neysa Moskowitz, wearing white coat, mother of Stacy Moskowitz, who was killed by a man calling himself "Son of Sam," approaches a Brooklyn funeral home to attend last rites for her daughter Stacy, Aug. 3, 1977. With Mrs. Moskowitz is her only surviving child, wearing flower in her hair. Stacy is the sixth person killed in New York City by the "Son of Sam." Others in photo not identified. (AP Photo)

Friends leave a Brooklyn funeral home after hearing the last rites for Stacy Moskowitz, the latest victim of New York's serial killer who calls himself "Son of Sam," Aug. 3, 1977 (AP Photo)

Jerome Moskowitz is supported by friends after collapsing at the grave of his daughter Stacy during burial services at King Solomon cemetery in Clifton, New Jersey, Aug. 3, 1977. Stacy's mother Neysa is at left. The girl was slain on Sunday in Brooklyn by a man calling himself "Son of Sam," who, thus far, has murdered six persons. Others in photo are not identified. (AP Photo/Jack Kanthal)

Mrs. Neysa Moskowitz touches the coffin of her daughter Stacy at King Solomon Cemetary in Clifton, N.J. Wednesday, August 3, 1977, watching at right, his hands clasped, is Jerome Moskowitz, the slain girl's father. At extreme right, in black dress is Ricki, 16, the Moskowitz only surviving child. State is the latest victim of New York's .44-caliber killer, who calls himself "Son of Sam." (AP Photo/Jack Kanthal)