Map: The Gilgo Four dump site

Ocean Parkway, Gilgo Beach, NY 11702

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The Gilgo Four dump site

Crime Location in Gilgo Beach, New York

In 2010 and 2011, ten victims belonging to the Long Island serial killer were discovered at this location on Jones Beach Island in New York.

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Asian Male

Asian Male LISK

On April 4th, 2011, a police recovery team discovered the skeletal remains of an unidentified Asian male at a site that was roughly 750 yards east of the Gilgo Four.

The authorities believe that "Asian Male John Doe" died between 2001 and 2006.

There is also speculation that he may have been transgender, as he was found wearing women's clothes.

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Jessica Taylor

Jessica Taylor LISK

On March 29th, 2011, investigators discovered a skull and two hands in this area off Ocean Parkway. The killer had deposited the remains about 1,100 yards east of the site where the "Asian Male" was found.

DNA tests proved that the remains belonged to a sex worker named Jessica Taylor, whose torso was found at the end of an access road in Manorville in July 2003.

In Taylor's case, it seems as though LISK went to great lengths to try and conceal her identity. Not only did he dismember her body and dump her remains in two separate places, he also attempted to remove a tattoo from her torso.

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Valerie Mack and Baby Doe

Valerie Mack and Baby Doe

On April 4th, 2011, the police discovered the partial remains of 20-year-old Valerie Mack and the skeleton of a female toddler at this site near Overlook Beach.

The area in question is about a mile and a half east of the location where LISK tossed Taylor's skull into the thicket.

Mack and the toddler were found 250 feet apart. However, DNA testing confirmed that they were not related to each other.

Although Mack's skull, hands, and right foot were discovered at this site in 2011, her torso had already been found in a wooded area in Manorville eleven years prior.

The similarities between the cases of Mack and Taylor are striking. LISK dismembered the two women in the early 2000s and dumped their torsos near Halsey Manor Road in Manorville. He then tossed their skulls and hands into the bushes on the northern side of Ocean Parkway.

This was done to hinder their identification and impede the investigation into their murders.

If investigators do not know a victim's name, they cannot trace their last known whereabouts or interview potential witnesses.

In another twist, DNA testing revealed that the toddler belonged to an unidentified LISK victim called Peaches, whose torso was unceremoniously thrown into a wooded area in Hempstead Lake State Park in June 1997.

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Karen Vergata (Fire Island Jane Doe)

Karen Vergata

On April 11th, 2011, the authorities discovered the skull of an unidentified woman at this site near Tobay Beach, roughly 3.5 miles west of the Gilgo Four.

DNA tests determined that it belonged to a woman whose legs had washed ashore on Fire Island in 1996.

The victim remained unidentified for 26 years, during which she was nicknamed Fire Island Jane Doe (FIJD). In October 2022, the FBI identified her as 34-year-old Karen Vergata.

However, her name wasn't released to the public until August 2023.

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On April 11th, 2011, the police discovered the arms and legs of an unidentified woman in this section of the thicket near Jones Beach State Park.

DNA analysis confirmed that the partial remains belonged to Peaches, who was the mother of "Baby Doe".

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