A second body was discovered on the sprawling farm of a suspected South Carolina serial killer who may be connected to seven murders.
Police found human remains Sunday — just one day after Todd Kohlhepp led authorities to a wooded area on his 95-acre property in Woodruff where he claimed two bodies were buried, according to Greenville Online.
“We can’t tell anything about the cause of death, gender or how long or any of that stuff,” Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright said.
Investigators were back at the property Monday scouring for more bodies.
Kohlhepp is currently behind bars without bail after police discovered 30-year-old Kala Brown chained up by her neck and ankles Thursday in a metal storage container, where she was held as a prisoner for two months.
Investigators search the crime scene on Kohlepp’s property where the first body was discovered.
Brown told investigators that she watched Kohlhepp shoot and kill her boyfriend, 32-year-old Charles Carver — whose bullet-ridden body was discovered on the property Saturday.
While authorities were investigating Kohlhepp’s property, he fessed up to an unsolved 2003 quadruple homicide at the Superbike Motorsports shop, providing chilling details about the murders that only the killer would know, Wright said.
Four people were found “brutally murdered” in the bike shop on Nov. 6, 2003 including the store’s owner and his 52-year-old mother as well as two employees.
Kohlhepp was charged with four counts of murder Sunday for the 13-year-old slaying in addition to the kidnapping charges connected to Brown. He has not yet been charged for Carver’s death.