This deadly serial killer-rapist got away with 90 murders. Now he’s suddenly confessing to all

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It was January 1978. Julia Critchfield, a 36-year-old mother of four, was found dead, her naked body on the roadside, Saucier, Mississipi.

Four years later, nearly 800 kilometres away, 20-year-old Rosie Hill’s body was discovered near a hog pen in Marion County, Florida. A few days ago she was seen leaving the bar with a stranger. She was strangulated and sexually tortured to death.

In January 1996, some 1100 kilometres away, 24-year-old Melissa Thomas’s strangulated body was found under a tree in a small cemetery behind a Baptist church.

Three different cases spread over 18 years, different places, different women. All unsolved.

In 2014, a US national Samuel Little was convicted of murdering three women in California in the later 1980s. He was handed three life sentences, packed off to California State Prison.

Then earlier this year, Texas Ranger James Holland contacted Little in connection with an unsolved 1994 murder of an Odessa – Texas woman named Denise Christie Brothers. The DNA evidence collected during Little’s conviction pointed towards a link.

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