Yvonne Pless Identified As Georgia Woman Victim of Most Prolific Serial killer in US History

Yvonne Pless, a victim of Samuel Little, has been identified as the remains of a Georgia woman who was killed in 1977.

Samuel Little, who has admitted to committing 93 murders spanning from 1970 to 2005, is thought to hold the title of the most prolific serial killer in the history of the United States.

Little compared the murders to drugs when questioned by Texas Ranger James Holland. The individual stated that they grew to enjoy it.

Authorities announced on Thursday that the remains of a woman from Georgia, who was killed 46 years ago, have been identified and confirmed to be a victim of Samuel Little. Little is famously known as the most prolific serial killer in the history of the United States.

According to a news release from the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office and the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Yvonne Pless was approximately 20 years old when she was killed by Little in 1977. The unidentified woman had been given the moniker “Macon Jane Doe” by The Telegraph, a local newspaper in the city.

In 2018, Little confessed to the murder of two women in Macon. This confession led Georgia investigators to travel to Texas in 2019 to interview him. Unfortunately, Little passed away in December 2020. It has been confirmed that his confessions were consistent with the unsolved Macon cold case. A remaining family member of Fredonia Smith, who was killed in 1982, was notified by them.

According to the FBI, Samuel Little is the most prolific serial killer in US history.

The identity of Pless’ remains remained unknown, leaving her family unidentified. Using forensic genetic genealogy, investigators were able to identify the remains of Pless last year. Subsequently, they identified a relative who helped connect Pless’ family in Macon with the remains.

Little, who died at the age of almost 80, had reportedly admitted to the murder of 93 individuals spanning from 1970 to 2005. The majority of the killings occurred in Florida and Southern California, according to reports. According to Georgia authorities, eight of the victims were residents of Georgia, and the remains of a woman from Tennessee were also discovered in Georgia.

Little, a repeat offender with a criminal record spanning decades for offenses such as theft, assault, and drug-related crimes, has long denied any involvement in murder.

In 2018, Texas Ranger James Holland questioned him about a murder he had not committed, which led to the revelation of details. In a span of approximately 700 hours of interviews, the individual provided intricate information regarding numerous homicides that only someone who committed the crimes would possess knowledge of.

In a recent development, the identity of “Macon Jane Doe” from Georgia has been revealed as Yvonne Pless. The victim was reportedly killed by Samuel Little, who was around 20 years old at the time of the incident in 1977.

Little’s picture has also been released in connection with the case. In 2020, Little confessed to 93 murders. In a file photo released by the California Department of Corrections, there is an image.

According to his statement, he began his killing spree in Miami on New Year’s Eve in 1970.

According to Holland, he described it as being similar to drugs. The individual expressed that they grew to enjoy the subject or activity in question.

According to the individual, his most recent occurrence took place in Tupelo, Mississippi back in 2005. The suspect reportedly committed murders in various states including Tennessee, Texas, Ohio, Kentucky, Nevada, Arkansas, and others.

Little is reported to have strangled most of his victims, often shortly after meeting them by chance.

The perpetrator’s victims were predominantly female and those who lived on the fringes of society, including drug addicts and prostitutes. According to the individual, the targeted individuals were those who he believed would not be actively sought out by authorities and would not leave behind substantial evidence.

According to a documentary, Samuel Little, who is considered America’s most prolific serial killer, presented himself as a “kindly grandpa” until his true nature as a “monster” was revealed.

According to the individual, police across the nation initially categorized numerous fatalities as accidents, drug overdoses, or of undetermined origin.

In 2012, Kentucky authorities apprehended him subsequent to his arrest on drug charges. His DNA was linked to three California killings.

Authorities were astounded at how much he remembered when he began recounting the other slayings. According to reports, his paintings suggest that he possesses a photographic memory.

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