FBI releases 11 portraits drawn by convicted serial killer of his victims

Mail Online | 4/4/2019 | Emily Crane For Dailymail.com
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The FBI has released 11 chilling portraits drawn by a man who claims to be the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history so they can try and identify some of his victims.

Samuel Little, 78, has confessed to 90 murders committed between 1970 and 2005 across the entire country.

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Little, who is serving a life sentence for murder in a Texas prison, drew the sketches of his victims from memory in his jail cell.

The 11 sketches released on Wednesday have been added to a collection of 16 others that Little drew back in February and the FBI has asked the public for help in identifying them. Some of those have since been matched to open cases.

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The chilling drawings include details such as the color of a victim's eyes or hair, as well as jewelry she was wearing at the time she was killed.

One of the sketches shows a white female, aged 45, who was killed in Kendall, Florida back in 1973.

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Another drawing depicts a 26-year-old white female killed in 1983 or 1984 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Authorities are actively working to match Little's confessions with evidence from women who turned up dead in states from California to Florida over his 35 year killing spree.

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Law enforcement have so far been able to corroborate more than 40 of the 90 murders he has confessed to.

Little, a 6ft 3in former boxer, mainly targeted drug addicts and prostitutes during his decades-long coast-to-coast murder spree and many of his victims were never identified.

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He usually strangled his victims and many of the deaths were not investigated as homicides but were attributed to drug overdoses, accidents or natural causes.

Little's run-in with the law date back to 1956 with a series of shoplifting, fraud, drug and breaking and entering charges.


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