Thank you for listening in 2020. I hope that you will continue to enjoy this podcast in 2021 and beyond. The news of Samuel Little's death last week was deflating but I have hope that investigators will continue to build on what they know and more identifications will be made. The next episode of True Crime P.I. will be released on Wednesday, January 13th. It will focus on Samuel Little and his possible connection to our Doe. Detective Dawes will provide insight into the mind of the man who he believes could be her killer.
In the mean time, if you are interested in learning more about Samuel Little and his victims, I recommend that you listen to The Fall Line podcast - Season 11. This special 4 part, limited series sheds light on how Little nearly got away with 4 decades of murders. According to the podcast, roughly half of Littles victims were living in the Southeast at the time of their murders. A number of these victims are either Jane Does or are currently considered “unmatched confessions”. This podcast is extremely informative and more than worth the listen. Simply search for The Fall Line on your favorite podcast player.
I would also like to recommend another True Crime podcast, In the Red Clay. This 12 episode series tells the story of Billy Sunday Birt, who was said to be the leader of the “Dixie Mafia” and the most dangerous man in Georgia history. In the Red Clay, documents the legend of Billy Birt through the eyes of his son, Stoney. Stoney’s memories reveal the complexities of the man, the father, and the criminal who was loved and feared by so many. If you live near Winder, GA be sure to visit the Rock Solid Distillery owned by Stoney Birt.
Happy New Year!