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Todd Kohlhepp, South Carolina serial killer, says he has more victims


SPARTANBURG, S.C. --A South Carolina man convicted of killing seven people says ... of murder for killings that took place over more than a decade, all as he ran a real estate business. He was sentenced to life in prison. Kohlhepp was arrested when ...


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