The website react365.com recently posted stories about serial killers in Spartanburg, South Carolina and Shelby, North Carolina.
The fake stories quickly made their way onto Facebook and are being shared numerous times.
Spartanburg Police and Cleveland County deputies quickly posted messages on Facebook telling their followers that the stories were not true.
The first story was posted Thursday about a serial killer in the Spartanburg area.
“7 dead bodies were found laying in various places scattered around Cowpens, Gaffney and Spartanburg, SC in the last 2 months,” the story said. “The most recent one found was exactly 3 days ago laying in a field off of Wofford Street in Spartanburg ,SC. All were women between the ages of 23 to 36. Families have decided to keep the victims names anonymous. The killer seems to pick women of all races with tattoo ridden bodies. The killer leaves a
Holly Eudy says she knew there was something off about Todd Kohlhepp during their 10-year relationship.
“There was always something that sat uneasy with me about him and I just really couldn’t put my finger on it,” she said during an interview with Inside Edition.
Along with the public, Eudy learned that Kohlhepp admittedly killed several people over a 13-year period. The murders likely occurred during Eudy’s romance with the real estate agent, but she said she knew nothing about his double life.
“It’s disgusting,” she told Inside Edition of the news. “I mean, it was sickening.”
Kohlhepp pleaded guilty earlier this year to killing seven people. He will serve seven consecutive life sentences with no possibility of parole but he will be spared the death penalty.
“Her flesh was fat and white,” Cuanciulli wrote in her memoir. “When it had melted, I added a bottle of cologne, and after a long time on the boil I was able to make some most acceptable creamy soap. I gave bars to neighbors and acquaintances.”
Any TV thriller about a serial killer is obviously going to be
telling some dark stories, but one would hope that such stories
would remain solely on the script pages. That’s apparently not
the case when it comes to the BBC’s new thriller “Rellik,” which
had to halt production when an actual corpse was found on the
location that was to serve as the set for an in-production