Catching a Serial Killer: Sam Little Airs Sunday, 4/12 at 7/6c
In May of 2018, FBI and local law agencies were stunned when 78-year-old Sam Little confessed to murdering over 90 women across 17 different states on a killing spree lasting 35 years. Thus far, over fifty of his victims have been confirmed by the FBI, making him America's most prolific serial killer. What fueled his deadly rampage? How did he get away with killing so many, for so long? In this compelling two-hour special, former prosecutor/investigative journalist Beth Karas follows Sam Little’s trail of terror in hopes of finding out how this calculated killer evaded capture and stymied investigators at every turn. Viewers will also get a first-hand account from a victim who escaped his vicious grip and will speak in detail about her horrific experience. Cooperating with law enforcement, Sam Little personally sketches some of his self-proclaimed victim’s faces in hand-drawn portraits with hopes of identifying his still-unknown victims, bringing them justice at last.