SERIAL KILLER LEFT CLUES IN AMAZON REVIEWS
SUSPECTED serial killer Todd Kohlhepp left chilling clues to his crimes on AMAZON product reviews.
The 45-year-old has been charged with the kidnapping of Kala Brown and is suspected of killing her boyfriend, Charlie Carver, as well as six other people.
In a bizarre twist, the sicko left an unusual trail of clues on Amazon products which may have been used to abduct and kill his victims.
Cops in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, are examining 140 product reviews that Kohlhepp left on the online shopping site.
One creepy review read: “solid locks. have 5 on a shipping container. won’t stop them but sure will slow them down til they are too old to care.”
Kala, 30, went missing with her boyfriend in August. She was found chained by the neck and ankles in a metal shed, with her boyfriend’s body buried on Kohlhepp’s property.
Police are looking at the reviews, which were posted under the name ‘me’ but link back to a wishlist of items for Kohlhepp.
It seems the suspected murderer also has an obsession with American band, the Eagles, as he often quotes KNIFE POINTER: Kohlhepp discussed using tool their lyrics in his reviews. ‘Hotel California’ was a hit song for the band in 1976 and lyrics include: “You can check out any time you like but you can never leave.”
When reviewing another set of locks, Kohlhepp posted in January 2015: “now my locks have locks place is hotel California now.”
Kohlhepp also brazenly left a review of a knife. Praising its quality and discussing stabbing someone, it read: “havnet (sic) stabbed anyone yet…… yet…. but I am keeping the dream alive and when I do, it will be with a quality tool like this…”
He also urged online shoppers to keep a shovel in the boot of their car for “when you have to hide the bodies”.
A month after Kala and her boyfriend went missing, a post appeared on Charlie Carver’s Facebook page quoting lyrics from Hotel California.
Lyrics on the Facebook post included: “Last thing I remember, I was running for the door.”