A sequence killer's chilling message: There are some-more victims.

With 6 difference penned to his internal newspaper, sequence torpedo Todd Kohlhepp gave voice to a fears of investigators and anyone else disturbed that a blank desired one had turn a plant of South Carolina’s barbarous murderer:

“Yes there is some-more than seven.”

The judgment was a chilling partial of a jail minute Kohlhepp sent to the Spartanburg Herald-Journal last week — some-more than a year after a lady who had been summoned to Kohlhepp’s skill to purify was found cumulative by a neck inside a vast storage container.

The review led authorities to brand 7 other victims. Three had also been lured to a skill underneath cleaning gig pretenses. Their bodies were buried in shoal graves. Another 4 were victims of a quadruple murder that hadn’t been solved for 13 years.

In May, Kohlhepp pleaded guilty to equivocate a genocide chastisement and was condemned to 7 lifetimes in prison, and 60 years.

But he apparently wants people to know — or during slightest consternation — about other probable victims.

“I attempted to tell investigators and we did tell FBI, though it was blown off,” he continued in his minute to a Herald-Journal. “It’s not an further problem, it’s [a] computation problem. Leaves a state and leaves a country. Thank we private pilot’s license.”

It’s trustworthy that there could be some-more murder victims. Some of Kohlhepp’s prior murders had been unsolved for some-more than a decade. He was a gun fan and, as he points out in his letter, an pledge pilot. Authorities told a media they confiscated an “arsenal” of weapons from a Woodruff skill where a lady was found and Kohlhepp’s home some 10 miles away.

Kohlhepp was a well-groomed and tech-savvy genuine estate representative who gave no external signs of a ruthless secrets he was keeping. But to those arcane to his loyal self, he was rather chatty.

Kala Brown — a lady found in a storage container  — told a “Dr. Phil” show that Kohlhepp would tell her he was “nearing a triple digits” in killings.

As The Washington Post’s Amy B Wang reported, Kohlhepp recounted in fact — and even seemed to gloat — about murdering 4 people during a South Carolina motorcycle shop, that had come to be famous as a “Superbike” murders.

“All of a sudden, we had 3 people in front of me. … Mom was a closest. … And we shot her two, 3 times in a chest. Not my best work. … She fell. The son and a manager, he … ran for a door, took off. … At that range, they should have ran to me, not away.

“ .?.?. That was one large building. we privileged that building in underneath 30 seconds,” Kohlhepp told investigators. “I’m sorry, though we guys would have been proud.”

More than a decade later, Kohlhepp hired Brown and her boyfriend, Charles “David” Carver, to do some cleaning work during a skill he owned in Woodruff. She told “Dr. Phil” that they had formerly spotless houses for Kohlhepp and never suspicion they were in risk as they gathering to Woodruff.

But Kohlhepp killed Carver and kidnapped Brown. Investigators tracked them down by tracing their cellphones.

Dramatic video expelled by investigators showed them sawing by a close on a strew where Brown was hidden. Suddenly free, she spewed out sum about her captor and a other crimes he’d suggested to her.

Carver’s physique and dual others were found on a property.

Kohlhepp also confessed to a motorcycle emporium murders in Chesnee.


Todd Kohlhepp is escorted into a Spartanburg County courtroom in November. (Tim Kimzey/The Spartanburg Herald-Journal/AP)

As for a many new claims, Anderson Police Department Capt. Mike Walters told a Herald-Journal he doesn’t trust Kohlhepp is connected to any open internal cases though that there could be some-more victims in other states where Kohlhepp has spent time.

The FBI told a journal a review stays open.

But a usually chairman who knows for certain is being cryptic.

“At this point,” Kohlhepp wrote in a letter, “I unequivocally don’t see reason to give numbers or locations.”

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