A woman in South Carolina, who dated a notorious serial killer for 10 years, speaks for the first time, she claimed she has no clue about the man’s darkest agenda.
Holly Eudy, who was in a relationship with Todd Kohlhepp for a decade, says she was shocked when he was arrested for murder.
On November, Kohlhepp, a real estate agent from Spartanburg in South Carolina, was arrested after a woman he kidnapped was found chained by the neck inside a storage container on his 95-acre property.
When Eudy was asked what had attracted her to Kohlhepp, she answered she gave her a lot of attention, made her feel like she was important.”
Eudy later learned that Kohlhepp had used the money she’d loaned him to buy the storage container he used to lock up the surviving victim, Kala Brown. He had told her that he needed it to store supplies.
She emphasized she wasn’t suspicious – even after visiting it, finding only cans and water.
Brown told television host, Dr. Phil, that she was chained up for two months and raped twice a day by Kohlhepp. She revealed to police officers that Kohlhepp shot her boyfriend Charlie Carver in front of her three times. She also informed authorities that he had buried several bodies on the property as well.
The couple, Brown and Carver, visited the home for a cleaning job, but Kohlhepp shot Carver and chained Brown in the storage container. Carver’s body was found on the property in a shallow grave with the remains of two other people.
Kohlhepp, a real estate agent, was arrested in November when a woman he had kidnapped was found chained in a storage container on his 95-acre property. After the chilling discovery, other buried bodies were uncovered on the property.
Kohlhepp pleaded guilty to killing seven other people, including four murders that were unsolved for 13 years. Surprisingly, he didn’t get the death penalty but was sentenced to seven consecutive life sentences without parole.
When Eudy watched the video of Brown being rescued from the container after police had heard her screams. In the footage, Brown notes, “Some girl named Holly, he’s supposedly planning to kill,” which Eudy said, “My mouth fell open the first time I heard it.”
She then called her former boyfriend’s crimes “sickening” and “disgusting,” but was completely in the dark about any of it.