Samuel Little confessed to 93 murders, and the agency believes all of his confessions are true. The F.B.I. have released five sketches of unidentified women drawn and killed by Samuel Little. Their locations were clockwise from top left, which are New Orleans, 1982; Las Vegas, 1993; Miami, 1971-72; Covington, Ky., 1984; North Little Rock, Ark., 1992-94, released by F.B.I.
After investigating for many years, F.B.I announced on Sunday that Samuel Little confessed his crime and admitted that he killed women across the country for decades. F.B.I said he is the most prolific known serial killer in American history. Recently the F.B.I. is looking for help to identify the rest of his victims. This task is getting complicated and more urgent because of Little’s age, poor health, and sometimes faulty memory. This weekend, F.B.I asked for help from the public after releasing five sketches that Samuel Little had drawn and claimed that he killed those women. He revealed this information with where he met each one them.
Christie Palazzolo, an F.B.I. crime analyst said, “Samuel Little used to believe that he would not be caught because he thought no one was complaining about his victims.” Though Samuel Little is already in prison, the F.B.I, think it is necessary to seek justice for each victim to close every case possible.
Samuel Little already has been convicted of at least eight murders. He has confessed to Prosecutors about several killings around the country, which are still investigating whether to charge him for murder or not. It was not sure how many charges he will face.
In the five new sketches that revealed to the public, one of them is a transgender woman named Marianne. Samuel Little met her in Miami in 1971 or 1972. He said she was 18 or 19 years old and they met at a bar. First, he offered her a ride home in his gold Pontiac LeMans. Then he drove to a sugar cane field near Highway 27, where he killed her.
The F.B.I. released a videotaped of an interview where Samuel Little spoke about the killings as if they were regular events, and he was frequently smiling and laughing while telling the story. His recollection was pretty clear; he often including the names of streets and the clothing of his victims.
Samuel Little said to a detective, “God put me on Earth to do what I did. He made me.”