More on Alaska serial killer, spree included more victims from north Peninsula
August 14th, 2013 - 6:23am
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - FBI records show that Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes indicated to authorities that five people in Washington state were among his 11 victims.
At least two of the victims were on the north Olympic Peninsula.
More details about the killings emerged on Tuesday when the FBI released more than six hours of interviews conducted before Keyes committed suicide in an Anchorage jail.
Keyes indicated one person was killed and buried near Neah Bay. A couple were murdered and buried, and two other people - in separate incidents - were killed. He indicated at least one of the bodies was submerged in Lake Crescent.
He gave authorities few other details.
The FBI has release the interviews and a timeline with the hope that someone might be able to match his movements in the past 12 years to missing people.
Keyes lived in Neah Bay between 2001 and 2007.
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