A SERIAL killer laughed in Sir Trevor McDonald’s face as he claimed not to be affected by his brutal mutilation murders, saying: “I could kill a person and then just go out for dinner”.
William Clyde Gibson, from South Indiana, is on death row for murdering three women in cold blood.
In the latest series of ITV’s Crime and Punishment, presenter Trevor McDonald confronts Gibson about the killings in prison.
When asked why he killed his first victim, Karen Hodella, he said simply: “I just felt like it.”
He added: “I didn’t have to have a reason.
“Everybody thinks when you do the type of stuff I did, people automatically think it’s because you had a bad childhood.