Serial killer memorabilia. Albert Desalvo record, rare and odd piece of history

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Serial killer memorabilia. Albert Desalvo record, rare and odd piece of history

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This is a 7-inch 45 rpm vinyl record in 7" x 7 1/4" white illustrated sleeve with red letters and graphics, with facsimile signature of Albert DeSalvo on sleeve. The A-side track is 'Strangler in the Night' by Albert DeSalvo, a gruesome parody of Fank Sinatra's 1966 hit "Strangers in the Night". The B-side track is entitled 'Albert, Albert' by The Bugs. 
Produced by Astor Records, about 1970, in the wake of the infamous Boston Strangler case, while Albert DeSalvo was incarcerated at Walpole State Prison in Massachusetts (reputedly an attorney was allowed to tape-record a 'statement' from DeSalvo, parts of which were then used in the recording of this song). 
The record itself appears to be in great condition. The sleeve is also in good condition with some rubbing and creasing at the top edges and some age-toning to the edges. Someone previously wrote a number 30 and circled it on the front of the sleeve, in pen. We don't know much about records but the photos haven't been filtered and there are no obvious scratches or damage to it.

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