Sisters who found Whitis' body testify in William Clyde Gibson trial

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by Amy Stallings

WHAS11.com

Posted on October 22, 2013 at 12:35 PM

Updated Tuesday, Oct 22 at 6:27 PM

NEW ALBANY, Ind. (WHAS11) – Day two of testimony for an accused serial killer in Floyd County has prosecutors calling his family members to the stand.

William Clyde Gibson's two sisters are taking the stand Tuesday. They are the ones who found the body of Christine Whitis in the garage of his New Albany home and called police.

Three New Albany police officers testified Monday about the crime scene.

Jurors also watched two hours of a taped interrogation where Gibson admitted to murdering Whitis. The Floyd County prosecutor said this recording benefits the state since Gibson likely won't take the stand.

WHAS11’s Karma Dickerson is covering Tuesday’s testimony and will have a live report coming up during the evening newscasts.

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