Serial Killer Sketches Portraits of His Alleged Victims
The FBI recently released sketches of women Samuel Little claims he's murdered.
Samuel Little is a self-confessed serial killer with a knack for art — and he's been sketching his alleged victims, some of whom haven't even been identified.
The FBI recently released 10 more sketches in the hopes of helping find the women Little says he killed. Sixteen other sketches were previously released.
Little is thought to have killed more than 90 people, which would make him the most prolific serial killer in the U.S. He is currently in prison after being convicted of the killings of three women in California.
FBI crime analyst Christie Palazzolo said that when Little first confessed to all the murders, she had her doubts.
But then he started sketching the victims, down to the color of their lipstick and hairstyle, and she realized he might be telling the truth.
"He described everything to a T — the scenes itself, the victim, what she was wearing, what he did," she told Inside Edition.
Investigators say Little has a photographic memory, enabling him to recall extraordinary details many years later.
"The whole point of putting these drawings out isn't to showcase Sam Little, the artistically gifted serial killer, it's to generate those leads and bring more justice to these victims," said Palazzolo.
Here's how you can help identify his alleged victims.
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