Suspected Indiana serial killer confesses murders to local newspaper
NEW ALBANY, Ind. -- An Indiana man accused of killing three women has confessed to a newspaper.
Police found the remains of one of the women in the backyard of William Clyde Gibson’s Southern Indiana home back in April.
This past weekend, The Courier-Journal in Kentucky published a letter he sent. He wrote that he'd accept the death penalty because quote, "After all, I am guilty."
So far no guilty pleas have been entered on his behalf.
At one point, authorities in Bloomington looked into the possibility of Gibson being linked to the disappearance of IU student Lauren Spierer.
The 54-year-old is currently being held in the Floyd County Jail.