Forty years after his deadly 13-month shooting rampage in NYC, convicted serial killer David Berkowitz tells CBS News he's taking "a big step" talking about his past
"Son of Sam" victims look back on the 40th anniversary of the serial murder spree that terrorized New York
Carl Denaro was out on a date with Rosemary Keenan the night of Oct. 23, 1976. He says at first, he didn't realize he'd been shot -- much less by the man who was terrorizing New York City.
On July 31, 1977, while on their first date, Robert Violante says he and Stacy Moscowitz were worried that the "Son of Sam" might be on the prowl.
David Berkowitz talks with CBS News' Maurice DuBois about his early years and the impact finding out he was adopted had on him.
Forty years after killing six people and injuring seven during a 13-month shooting spree, David Berkowitz is now a religious man convinced that anyone can be forgiven.
In 1977, Shayna Glassman's father lived in apartment 6E at 35 Pine Street in Yonkers, N.Y. -- his direct upstairs neighbor was a young postal worker named David Berkowitz
Serial killer David Berkowitz tells CBS News' Maurice DuBois what led him to kill.
David Berkowitz tells CBS News' Maurice DuBois he wants to distance himself from the “Son of Sam” moniker he was tagged with during the killing spree.
David Berkowitz terrorized New York City. Now, in his only interview to mark the 40th anniversary of his arrest, the serial killer opens up about what led him to kill and his life in prison in a CBS News special