"Most Prolific" US Serial Killer Murdered 50, Thought He Would Get Away

Most Prolific US Serial Killer Murdered At Least 50 Believed He Would Get Away

"Most Prolific" US Serial Killer Murdered 50, Thought He Would Get Away

He was convicted in California of three murder in 2013, pleaded guilty to another killing last year in Texas and in August this year he pleaded guilty to murdering four women in Ohio.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) said that a 79-year-old man who confessed to murdering more than 90 women is the most prolific serial killer in USA history.

In one of the five cases the Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking public assistance to solve, Little describes meeting a young black transgender woman named Marianne or Mary Ann in Miami, Florida, in the early 70s.

The FBI has uploaded further details on five potential victims to their website, based on information provided by Little himself, in the hopes of finding the victim's bodies. "Law enforcement has been able to verify 50 confessions, with many more pending final confirmation". "Some bodies were never found", the Federal Bureau of Investigation wrote on the website.

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It took years to catch Little, partly due to his nomadic lifestyle where he moved from place-to-place, targeting vulnerable women.

He was first arrested on September 5, 2012, at a Kentucky homeless shelter, after authorities used DNA testing to establish that he was involved in the murders of Carol Elford, Guadalupe Apodaca and Audrey Nelson. He has been extradited to Texas, where he will likely spend the rest of his life in prison.

Little claims he has killed as many as 93 victims.

Texas Ranger James Holland has spent more than 700 hours coaxing Little into confessing to more than 90 murders in 19 states. In one of the several on-camera interviews released by the agency, Little spoke about how he strangled one woman to death in 1993 and rolled her body down a slope on a desolate road.

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In one of the videos Little described one incident in New Orleans in 1982: "She was pretty".

Holland noted that Little liked to draw and gave him art supplies. As for 34 of these 43, Little indicated the victims' age, skin color, district and time where and when the murder had been committed.

He built up a rapport with the mass murderer who, eventually, confessed to the killings. But Samuel Little might top them all.

The FBI is still looking for the public's help and ask if anyone knows any of his other victims to come forward.

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Notorious killers such as John Wayne Gacy and Ted Bundy were convicted of killing around 30 people each but were both suspected of more.

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