Closing arguments ended just before noon; now it's up to the judge to decide whether Gibson will be sentenced to death for the murder of Stephanie Kirk.
Gibson surprised everyone when he suddenly interrupted a witness and blurted out: "What are you going to do, kill me again?"
Two years and three murder cases later, the saga surrounding William Clyde Gibson has nearly reached its conclusion.
The plea effectively ends the jury selection that began in Evansville, Indiana on Monday and avoids a murder trial.
WDRB's Emily Mieure says Gibson appeared in court with a new tattoo. It read, "Death row X3."
"He's a plague on society and I'm glad he's gonna go away," Mike Whitis, Christine Whitis' son, told WDRB.
That's as graphic photos and videos were shown as evidence.
Jurors are being pulled from Dearborn County because of pre-trial publicity.
Hundreds of potential jurors are being questioned in Dearborn County, Ind. over the next few days to see if they will be the ones to decide the fate of a supposed killer.
Accused serial killer William Clyde Gibson appeared in court Wednesday morning.
A Floyd County judge has granted a request for a delay in the first murder trial of the accused serial killer.
The Floyd County Prosecutor's office plans to go up to Dearborn County to question the jurors.
Gibson is accused of killing Christine Whitis, Stephanie Kirk and Karen Hodella.
The remains of Stephanie Kirk were found in William Clyde Gibson's backyard last month, but he hasn't been charged with her death.