WOODRUFF, S.C. (WSPA) – Investigators continued their search Sunday on Todd Kohlhepp’s property.
Deputies took Kohlhepp to his property Saturday and learned that he may have killed two more people.
Kohlhepp told deputies where two more graves were located on the property.
Crew on the scene saw a backhoe on the property Sunday, and it appears that investigators were excavating the grounds.
One body has been recovered from the location Kohlhepp pointed out to deputies on Saturday, according to Sheriff Chuck Wright.
The body of her boyfriend, Charles Carver, was found in a shallow grave on Kohlhepp’s property one day later.
Coroner Rusty Clevenger says that Carver died of multiple gunshot wounds.
Sunday also marked the 13th anniversary of the Superbike murders. Scott Ponder, Beverly Guy, Chris Sherbert and Brian Lucas, were killed at Superbike Motorsports on Nov. 6, 2003.
Todd Kohlhepp admitted to murdering the four victims from the 2003 Superbike case in Spartanburg County, Sheriff Wright said.
The incident, better known at the “Superbike murders,” occurred at a motor sports business in Chesnee.
The 13th anniversary of the unsolved crime is Sunday, November 6th.
Sheriff Wright says it’s possible that missing person cases could be reopened because of this investigation.
Some of Kohlhepp’s reviews are of weapons, including a blade and a dagger. He also reviewed a chainsaw, a shovel, and a camouflage tarp.
Deputies will take the reviews into consideration as they move forward with the investigation.