This file photo released on November 5, 201 shows a booking photo provided by the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office in South Carolina of Todd Kohlhepp. / AFP / Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office / Handout /
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A man who was arrested in the U.S. state of South Carolina for holding a woman hostage and "chained like a dog" has confessed to up to seven killings, a local sheriff said.Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright told a press conference late Saturday that warrants were issued charging Todd Christopher Kohlhepp with a quadruple murder that baffled police and investigators for 13 years.Wright said that the suspect had also shown authorities two gravesites on his vast property, in addition to one body dug up from a shallow grave Friday.
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