FBI says Alaska man killed people for fun Associated Press Copyright 2012 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Updated 1:44 a.m., Saturday, December 8, 2012 FBI says Alaska man killed people for fun ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Confessed serial killer Israel Keyes admitted he enjoyed killing people, but couldn't or wouldn't give investigators a more meaningful answer when quizzed why he did it. Keyes confessed to killing eight people across the United States, but alluded to additional murders, FBI Special Agent Jolene Goeden and Bell told The Associated Press. A murder kit found in upstate New York had weapon parts, a silencer, ligatures, ammunition and garbage bags. Bell said Keyes told investigators the first violent crime he committed was a sexual assault in Oregon, in which he let the victim go. No police reports were filed, and the FBI is seeking more information on the crime. [...] he carried out a "blitz" style attack on the Curriers' home, bound the couple and took them to an abandoned house. The only mistake Keyes said he made was letting his rental car be photographed by an ATM when withdrawing money in Texas. Unlike his earlier killings, the deaths of the Curriers and Koenig received a lot of news coverage. Keyes, a construction contractor, told investigators that they knew him better than anyone, and that this was the first time he'd ever spoken about what he called his double life.