Serial killer adds two new murders to the 90 women he killed in the 80s

one year ago

Fort Wayne news, Indiana news.

A California serial killer who has murdered over 90 American women in the 80s admitted killing two missing Indiana women inside his car in October 1980.

In an interview with investigators at the Wise County Confinement in Decatur, Samuel Little, 79, admitted strangling dead Valeria Boyd, 18, and Mary Ann Porter, 31 on the same night after picking them to a wooded area and then tossed their bodies separately in rural Allen County.

The victims’ relatives reported them missing after they grew worried about their safety. Police found Boyd’s lifeless body on Nov. 4, 1980, dumped in a field while Porter’s remains were discovered off a road on Dec. 13, 1980.

Little is incarcerated in California after he got several life sentences in connection with the gruesome murders.