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Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office is looking into some disturbing Amazon reviews linked to Todd Kohlhepp, 45, the man they suspect of being a serial killer responsible for as many as seven deaths.

"Havnet (sic) stabbed anyone yet.... yet.... but I am keeping the dream alive​."
"Havnet (sic) stabbed anyone yet.... yet.... but I am keeping the dream alive​."
Spartanburg County Detention Center

Over 140 chilling reviews for items necessary to carry out kidnapping and murder— padlocks, tactical gear, targets, knives and gun accessories — were left over the course of 2014-2016 by Amazon user "me." That account links back to a wish list for Todd Kohlhepp, who was arrested last week after a woman named Kala Brown was discovered chained inside a metal container on Kohlhepp's property in South Carolina.

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The reviews have been removed, but Greenville News reports that on a review for a padlock, the Amazon user wrote, “solid locks.. have 5 on a shipping container.. wont stop them.. but sure will slow them down til they are too old to care. (sic)”

"Will sure slow them down."
"Will sure slow them down."

Lucky to survive, Brown reports she was chained inside that mental container for two months.

Kala Brown, rescued Thursday.
Kala Brown, rescued Thursday.
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Another review of a knife posted on Sept. 13, 2014 read, “havnet (sic) stabbed anyone yet...... yet.... but I am keeping the dream alive and when I do, it will be with a quality tool like this...”

For a shovel with a folding handle, the user suggested, “keep in car for when you have to hide the bodies and you left the full size shovel at home.... does not come with a midget, which would have been nice.”

"For when you have to hide bodies."
"For when you have to hide bodies."
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Charlie Karver, exhumed from Kohlhepp's property Friday.
Charlie Karver, exhumed from Kohlhepp's property Friday.

This is the same couple whose Facebook accounts continued to be mysteriously updated after going missing. The Amazon reviews bear a striking resemblance to those updates.

One such update read, “Sometimes late at night I dig a hole in the backyard to keep the nosey neighbor’s guessing.”

To date, two unidentified bodies in addition to Charlie Karver's have been recovered on Kohlhepp's 94 -cre property, and he has admitted to killing four people whose bodies were found in 2003.