Convicted Serial Killer Pleads Guilty to 4 Murders

 Convicted serial killer, Samuel Little, plead guilty to killing four Ohio Women. Despite his previous convictions, he claims to have murdered more than 90 women across America over a 35 year time span.

Samuel Little, 79

Samuel Little, 79, used Skype to appear in court at two separate hearings. It was at these court hearings where he admitted to killing 4 Ohio women, two in Cincinnati, and two in Cleveland. He is currently serving two life sentences for the previous conviction of three murders between 1987 and 1989. He was also convicted of killing one women in Texas in 1994. Little spends his days in a California Prison, where he will live out the remainder of his life.

Police have recognized at least 60 of the 93 murders Little claims he was responsible for, while he traveled around the United States for decades.

During his last court appearance Little admitted to killing 32-year-old Anna Stewart in 1981 as well as an unidentifiable Jane Doe, who was estimated to have died anytime between 1980-1999, and could have been anywhere between 15-50 years of age. In June, it was announced that Samuel Little has been indicted in both murders and the autopsy was being examined to determine whether Jane Doe could be identified.

As part of Littles defense he wants to help the police identify his victims to help close the cold cases. Judge John Russo sentenced Little to 40 years, which was to be served after his remaining years of his current sentence were finished. 

Littles method of operation for killing was strangulation. He looked for girls with a specific neck type. He liked to feel them take their last breath and took pleasure in their struggling. He was also notorious for sketching pictures of his then dead victims.

Samuel Little is suspected in murders cases in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas between 1970-2005.

Date Gone Wrong

Sydney Loofe, a 24 year old, thought she was going to have the time of her life on her tinder date, but she was wrong. Sydney had met Bailey Boswell on tinder and they had talked previous times on the app before going on their first date. Their first date went as planned according to Sydney. On their second date things went bad fast.

Sydney had contacted Bailey 140 times leading up to the night of her disappearance. Bailey usually contacts other people when she goes out. One of her friends, Terra Gehrig, stated that, “She usually always sent a picture of the person that she was going on a date with. She’d let us know whether it was going to be at her house, their house or in public.”

Sydney’s friends and family thought it was very strange that she wasn’t answering her calls and wasn’t showing up to work. Eventually Sydney’s mother, Susan Loofe, reported her missing on November 16th and the first of Sydney’s remains were found on December 4th. Sydney was found cut up in 14 pieces, in a trash bag, in the middle of an open field.

But Bailey didn’t murder Sydney all by herself. Aubrey Trail helped Bailey commit the murder.

It took authorities about 8 months to find all of the missing evidence and charge Boswell and Trail. Authorities later find out that the 2 lived together. Police got a search warrant and could smell a strong scent of bleach coming from the basement. There was also sections of the wall torn out in an effort to clean it. It was determined that Loofe’s cause of death was strangulation done by Trail.

When police were on Boswell and Trail’s tail. They started uploading videos on social media saying they were innocent and they were being set up by police. Boswell even confessed to being with Sydney that night, but said it went well and she hadn’t seen her since.

Later, footage was found inside of Home Depot of Trial and Boswell purchasing tools that are believed to be the weapons they used to dismembered Loofe’s body. They were at Home Depot the same day as the murder.

The tragic part of this story is that Loofe was excited to go on this date and trusted Boswell.