LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- Accused serial killer William Clyde Gibson told police a tattoo on his arm marks the date he killed his first alleged victim.
Gibson told investigators he stabbed and killed Karen Hodella on his 45th birthday, and got a tattoo depicting the date of the October 10th, 2002 murder.
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It's just part of testimony included in newly unsealed recordings of hearings. The New Albany man is charged in the deaths of Hodella, 75-year-old Christine Whitis, and 35-year-old Stephanie Kirk.
Kirk's body was found buried in Gibson's backyard. Whitis' body was discovered in his garage.
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