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Todd Kohlhepp is one of South Carolina's most infamous serial killers. He murdered at least seven people but his troubles began at an early age. He was diagnosed as having a sex addiction from the early age of nine. It was also stated that he was a person willing to do anything to satisfy his desires. That is exactly what Todd Kohlhepp did.

Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the serial killer realtor Todd Kohlhepp. He served 15 years in prison at a young age for a sexual assault. After he got out, it appeared as though he had made a good life for himself. But, underneath the facade, Kohlhepp was committing murders and sexual assaults. In the end, it was one of his victims that lived that tipped the police off to this monster. After he was caught, Kohlhepp began confessing to murders including an unsolved case that had haunted police for 13 years.

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