Alaska Serial Killer Israel Keyes

August 14, 2013 by  

Alaska Serial Killer Israel Keyes, Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes may have committed suicide in his jail cell, but authorities are still trying to make sense of the “tantalizing clues about other murders” Keyes left behind, the FBI said today.

Before his death last year, Keyes led investigators to believe he had killed at least 11 people.

The FBI has released an online package of information related to Keyes that includes hours of interrogation videos, photos and an interactive timeline that traces Keyes’ known whereabouts from 1997-2012.

“He gave us a number of clues,” FBI Anchorage Division Special Agent Jolene Goeden said in a statement today. “He talked openly about some of the homicides, but much of what he said only hinted at the things he had done. So we are trying to get information out there about what he did tell us.”

Serial Killer Israel Keyes ‘Broke His Own Rule,’ Lost Control “We are letting the public know the types of cars he rented, towns he visited, campgrounds he frequented,” Goeden said. “Anything that might spur someone’s memory could help us.”

The arrest of Keyes, 34, on March 12, 2012 for the murder of Alaskan barista Samantha Koenig ended more than a decade of traveling around the country to find victims to kill or to prepare for future crimes by burying murder kits of weapons, cash and tools to dispose of bodies. Since March he had been slowly telling police about his hidden life and how he operated. But the tale abruptly ended when Keyes committed suicide in his jail cell on Dec. 1.

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