"Confessions of the Oak Beach Drifter" calls himself "W". Was present/staying at Joe Brewer's house in Oak Beach the night Shannan Gilbert went missing or directly before. "W" tries to accuse Brewer by insinuating in his book that a few days before Shannan went missing he heard a woman screaming "No! Please Stop!" Followed by a loud thud. Shannan's belongings were found in a marsh behind Brewer's house along with her body, nearby. Belt recovered with the initials HM or WH listed as evidence in the Gilgo murders. "W" considers himself a West Islip Native, with connections to Queens. Now here's where I scared myself. February 1, 1982 Tina Foglia (19) was last seen in the early morning hours of February 1, 1982 at a rock music venue in West Islip. Her dismembered body was discovered by Department of Transportation workers on February 3 along the shoulder of the Southern State Parkway. Her remains were placed in three separate plastic garbage bags, and were found a few miles north of the Robert Moses Causeway, which leads to Gilgo Beach and Oak Beach. A diamond ring that Foglia was known to wear was missing. The DNA of an unknown male was found on the garbage bags. Police have not ruled out the possibility that Tina Foglia was an early victim of the Long Island Serial Killer.1 Timeline of the Long Island Serial Killer case : LISKiller The Brentwood woman was last seen leaving Hammerheads, a 1980s hangout on Sunrise Highway in West Islip where locals met to see hot Long Island-metro area bands like Twisted Sister, Blue Öyster Cult, Zebra and even the Ramones. The victims family told police that Foglia had gone to Hammerheads to see Equinox, a Queens band. Investigators said the 5-foot-2, 185-pound Foglia often hitchhiked and likely did that night. Her family reported Foglia missing on Feb. 3, 1982. Later that afternoon, state highway workers picked up the bags containing her dismembered body alongside the exit ramp from the westbound Southern State to the northbound Sagtikos NY - NY - Tina Foglia, 19, West Islip, 1 Feb 1982 Tina Foglia, perhaps the first or one of the early victims of LISK was maybe hitchhiking. Maybe this is where LISK got a taste for prostitutes. Young women, alone, unaccompanied. Maybe he thought she was a prostitute. Or maybe, this person was W. With connections to West Islip and to the band playing at Hammerheads that Tina Foglia went to see that night. He then dismembered his body somewhere-his house would've been close by the venue, in West Islip and then, as his first or early victim he was heading somewhere remote. The southern state and the sagtikos go to the beach...maybe he was heading to Gilgo, got spooked and then dumped the dismembered bags by the side of the road. This can't be a coincidence? Can it?