The FBI Needs Your Help Solving This Serial Killer Case

Sam Little was connected to 60 murders — but he confessed to over 90.

The FBI Needs Your Help Solving This Serial Killer Case

Sam Little was one of America's most dangerous serial killers. The FBI connected him to over 60 murders across the country, the most for any killer in U.S. history. What's more, he told authorities that he's actually responsible for killing 93 women.

He was convicted of three of the murders in 2014 and sentenced to life in prison in Los Angeles, where he continued to admit to heinous crimes. He died just in December 2020.


Though Little was already connected to an astonishing 60 murders, the FBI could not confirm the remaining confessions before Little died. They know there are more victims who need justice, and they're not about to give up.

The FBI wants your help.

Visit the FBI's page on the case here and read what Little has said about those he's killed. You can see sketches of the alleged victims, videos of his confessions and a timeline of his life. If you know anything about Little or his victims, call the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI or submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov.

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