Gar­dener strikes gold

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A man killed at least seven peo­ple in a hid­den crime spree in the US that lasted more than a decade. Todd Kohlhepp ac­cepted re­spon­si­bil­ity for an un­solved 13-year-old mas­sacre one day be­fore the 13th an­niver­sary of the deaths that stumped au­thor­i­ties, said Sher­iff Chuck Wright. Kohlhepp, 45, con­fessed to the deaths of the owner, ser­vice man­ager, me­chanic and book­keeper of Su­per­bike Mo­tor­sports, a mo­tor­cy­cle shop in Ch­es­nee, in Spar­tan­burg County, South Carolina. Wright says Kohlhepp also showed law en­force­ment of­fi­cers on Satur­day where he says he buried two of his other vic­tims on his 95-acre prop­erty near Woodruff. The sher­iff says it’s pos­si­ble more bod­ies will be un­cov­ered. A re­tiree in Ger­many has struck gold in his gar­den, find­ing the wed­ding band he lost three years ago wrapped around a car­rot. Ger­man pub­lic broad­caster WDR re­ported that the 82-year-old lost the ring while gar­den­ing in the west­ern town of Bad Muen­stereifel. The in­ci­dent hap­pened shortly af­ter the man, whose name was not re­leased, cel­e­brated his golden wed­ding an­niver­sary. WDR re­ported that the man’s wife had re­as­sured him at the time that the ring dis­ap­peared that it would even­tu­ally reap­pear. How­ever, she died six months be­fore be­ing proven right.

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