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Jury selection begins today in the trial of an accused serial killer in southern Indiana.
William Clyde Gibson was arrested last year and charged in the murders of three women. Gibson will stand trial first in the death of 75-year-old Christine Whitis, whose dismembered body was found in Gibson's garage in New Albany.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys begin jury selection today in Dearborn County, which is near Cincinnati. The panel will then be brought to New Albany for the trial, which is scheduled to begin October 21st.
The 55-year-old Gibson faces a possible death sentence if convicted.
Gibson is also accused of murdering 35-year-old Stephanie Kirk and 44-year-old Karen Hodella. Kirk's body was found buried in Gibson's backyard. Hodella was killed more than a decade ago, and her body was discovered near the Ohio River.
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