FBI Seeks Information About Possible Victim of Prolific Serial Killer

A recent drawing of the victim done by Samuel Little. Victim is a white female killed in 1983 or 1984 and possibly from Griffith, GA.

The FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) is seeking information about the identity of a victim of serial Killer Samuel Little, 78.

Little is one of the U. S.’s most prolific serial killer with an admitted 90-murders committed across the country. The ViCAP is looking to identify one of Little’s potential victims in Georgia. 

Little has drawn a sketch of the victim, shown above, and has described her as a caucasian female, heavy set at about 260 lbs, 5’8, and possibly wearing black tight pants. She was approximately 28-years old at the time of her death, may have been from Griffin, Georgia, worked as a topless dancer or prostitute, and had a son.

Little met the victim at a strip club in Atlanta. He was driving a black Thunderbird at the time and drove the victim to a “big island” close to the strip club. The area was a little wooded island with roads on both sides of it. After strangling the victim to death Little left her there, naked and possibly with her clothes nearby. Little reports the victim asked him to give a message to her son before she died.

Law enforcement has not found any missing persons reports that match the description of the victim, however, many of Little’s murders may have gone unreported.

Anyone with information about the victim or who recognizes her should contact the FBI ViCAP at 800-634-4097 or [email protected]