Serial killer Todd Kohlhepp’s land in Spartanburg County has been sold.

Property records show Strange Properties #1 LLC purchased the 100-acre property in Woodruff for $500,000 last month.

It’s the same property where three of Kohlhepp’s victims were found buried in 2016. It’s also where Spartanburg County sheriff’s deputies found Kala Brown chained inside a storage container.

Brown was recently awarded $6.3 million in a lawsuit filed against Kohlhepp.

The serial killer is serving seven life sentences consecutively plus 60 years.

Kohlhepp pled guilty to murdering Brown’s boyfriend, Charlie Carver, and six others.

Carver’s body was found buried in a shallow grave on the property. Also found on the property were the remains of Johnny and Meagan Coxie. The couple vanished in December 2015. Kohlhepp told authorities he brought the couple to the property to clean the land before shooting Johnny to death and restraining Meagan inside a storage container for several days before shooting her, according to documents.

Brown was held captive in a container for two months before she was found in November 2016.

Authorities have said that Kohlhepp also confessed to the quadruple murder at Superbike. Scott Ponder, 30, Brian Lucas, 29, Chris Sherbert, 26, and Beverly Guy, 52, were killed at the shop in 2003.

Kohlhepp pleaded guilty to seven counts of murder, 2 counts of kidnapping, first-degree criminal sexual conduct and weapons charges in May 2017.