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For more than 30 years, serial killer Samuel Little went undetected as he terrorized women across the country, claiming upwards of 93 victims.
Although he was not convicted of murder until 2014, Little was no stranger to law enforcement. In a crime spree that began in the 1950s, he was arrested more than 100 times on charges including kidnapping, rape, robbery, and assault. Despite these charges, Little spent fewer than 10 years in prison.
The serial killer preyed on vulnerable women such as sex workers and drug addicts living in high-crime areas, usually beating or knocking them unconscious before strangling them to death. In some instances, Little raped his victims, telling police he received sexual gratification from the murders.
His crimes finally caught up to him in 2012, when he was charged with three Los Angeles murders stemming back to the 1980s. Little was later convicted and sentenced to life in prison.
While he maintained his innocence at trial, Little ultimately confessed to investigators and cataloged his numerous murders, providing key details and even sketches of his unidentified victims.
Little has been convicted of eight murders in California, Ohio, and Texas. Some of the killings have been matched to Jane Doe cases going back to 1972, and FBI analysts believe his 93 confessions are credible.
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