Convicted serial killer could be linked to over 90 murder cases, spanning several states

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(CNN/WTVQ) – A convicted serial killer in Texas may be linked to more than 90 murder cases in several states, including Kentucky.

Samuel Little is already serving a life sentence for three murders in California.

Earlier this year, the 78-year-old was extradited to Texas for the murder of Denise Christie Brothers in 1994.

According to investigators, Little not only confessed to Brothers’ murder but also provided details of more than 90 other murders in multiple states.

Investigators say 30 of those 90 murders have already been confirmed by authorities.

Bobby Bland, Ector County District Attorney, tells ABC 36 that Kentucky is one of the states Little says he committed murders.

Bland says he did not know where in Kentucky those murders happened.

If convicted in all cases, Little would be one of the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history.

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(This story was originally published on November 16, 2018)

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