The case against serial killer Todd Kohlhepp gets creepier. USA Today reports that police are investigating chilling Amazon reviews from a profile believed to be owned by the South Carolina resident for items he used on his victims.
In May 2014, an Amazon user named "me" had a wish list linked to "Todd Kohlhepp" and began leaving reviews for things like padlocks, tactical gear, knives and gun accessories. The user posted reviews from 2014 through 2016, just days before Kala Brown and Charlie Carver went missing. As we reported earlier, Kohlhepp has been charged with kidnapping Brown and keeping her chained inside a metal storage shed for two months. Carver's body was found on Kohlhepp's property with multiple gunshot wounds.
Police believe that Kohlhepp may be involved in multiple additional murders. Following his own confession, police are searching for—and working to identify the remains of—bodies on Kohlhepp's property.
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