Authorities with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Arkansas State Police are seeking additional information regarding possible victims of William Alma Miller, the man convicted and sentenced to 40 years in prison October 2022 for the 2004 murder of Rebekah Gould in Izard County.
Authorities say since his arrest in November of 2020, Miller has confessed to killing an additional five other women.
Miller reportedly confessed to killing five other women in Alabama, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Mississippi and Texas.
Authorities say he went into specific details such as the victims were prostitutes of small in size weighing approximately 100 pounds or less and having blond hair.
Authorities say Miller claimed he propositioned the women for sex or offered them a ride before strangulation or bludgeoning the victims. Miller then claimed he dumped their bodies in wooded areas not far from the crime scene.
Authorities say Miller worked in the oil filed industry for more than two decades and had traveled the United States extensively.
Miller is known to have traveled in Texas, Arkansas, Alaska, California, Colorado, Georgia, Louisianan, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oregon, Wyoming, Guam and Canada.
Authorities did not release the dates of travel or timeline of when the murders occurred.
If you have any additional information, you are urged to contact Special Agent Mike McNeill with the Arkansas State Police at 501-322-3365