Per the Observer:
Gibson ... thought someone knew about the murder ... and was toying with him. [He] told the detective that he began receiving text messages and voicemails from Walmart telling an Anita Townshed that her prescription was ready. ...Gibson later received an envelope with a Walmart advertisement in it but no return name or address. He felt someone was monitoring his calls, he said.Gibson's conclusion: Townshed must have been the woman he killed. Now he felt someone might have put "a contract on his head."
"In his own mind … somebody knew what happened after all these years," [Detective Alicia] Marquez said.
Read the whole story over at Charlotte Observer