FBI gets tips about Alaska serial killer PORT ANGELES, Wash. — The FBI has received about 100 phone calls since asking the public for information about late Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes. But FBI special agent Jolene Goeden of Anchorage said this week that none of those calls has connected ... 01/1/2014 - 1:20 pm | View Link
FBI: Serial killer Keyes may have killed missing New Jersey woman Federal agents say a missing New Jersey woman may be one of 11 victims believed to have been slain by admitted serial killer Israel Keyes ... Keyes committed suicide in his Alaska jail cell last December by slitting his wrist and strangling himself ... 11/15/2013 - 10:05 am | View Link
FBI releases updated timeline of AK serial killer a confessed Alaska serial killer who is believed to have killed 11 people before committing suicide in his jail cell last year. The timeline sheds some new light on a mysterious case that left a trail of unsolved killings around the country. The FBI ... 08/14/2013 - 2:38 am | View Link
Israel Keyes Update: Remains of at least 5 victims of Alaska serial killer are in Washington, FBI interviews indicate (CBS/AP) ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes buried three victims in the state of Washington and submerged two others in a lake there but refused to provide many more details about their whereabouts, according to interviews released ... 08/14/2013 - 2:19 am | View Link
The Most Meticulous Serial Killer of Modern Times Is Taunting the FBI from Beyond the Grave Last year I wrote about Israel Keyes, the Alaska-based serial killer whom I dubbed the most meticulous serial killer of his generation. Keyes was initially arrested in March 2012 for “access device fraud,” after he was caught in Texas using a debit ... 08/13/2013 - 2:17 pm | View Link
Robert Hansen, A Serial Killer in Alaska A Serial Killer in Alaska by Murray Lundberg Originally published on February 11, 2000 To big game hunter Robert Hansen, Alaska was paradise. But for his victims, it ... 10/22/2016 - 12:16 am | View Website
Israel Keyes Israel Keyes (January 7, 1978 – December 2, 2012) was an American serial killer, rapist, arsonist, burglar and bank robber. Keyes admitted to violent crimes as ... 10/21/2016 - 4:45 pm | View Website
Is a Serial Killer Behind This Rash of Unsolved Killings ... In Anchorage, Alaska, there have been 15 homicides since June; most of them have occurred late at night, and nine took place along trails and isolated areas. In 10/21/2016 - 3:59 am | View Website
LiveLeak.com The FBI and Anchorage police released surveillance video of 18-year old Samantha Koenig being kidnapped from the Common Grounds coffee stand where she worked on the ... 10/21/2016 - 2:04 am | View Website
New Video Footage Shows the Most Meticulous Serial Killer ... The FBI is releasing more and more material in its efforts to gather information about the alleged crimes of Israel Keyes. The Alaska-based serial killer ... 08/20/2013 - 7:14 pm | View Website
After Megyn Kelly went at it with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on the Kelly File on Tuesday night, people took to Twitter to applaud Kelly for calling Republican nominee Donald Trump a “sexual predator.” Kelly backed up her statement by calling attention to the women who have come
On Tuesday night’s Anderson Cooper 360, Republican political advisor Amanda Carpenter called out the entire party for letting its nominee Donald Trump get this far. Specifically, she called out the party for not standing against his misogyny. She started off with a bold claim that, “Some
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s social media adviser did not take kindly to Fox News personality Megyn Kelly referring to his boss as a “sexual predator” and the ensuing shouting match with Trump surrogate Newt Gingrich, Tuesday night. So he issued a menancing threat. Res
Donald Trump has a message for Vice President Joe Biden: You. Me. Behind the barn. Be there.
Last week during a Hillary Clinton rally in Pennsylvania, Biden said he was often asked by reporters if he wished he were the one debating Trump. "No," he said. "I wish we were in high school.