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 The FBI has released nearly seven hours of interviews with admitted serial killer Israel Keyes in the hopes that it will help lead them to his victims. VPC ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The FBI on Monday released an updated timeline of travels and crimes by ... 08/14/2013 - 2:38 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
Alaska serial killer tied to at least 11 deaths, FBI says 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. FBI spokesman ... 08/13/2013 - 4:40 am | View Link
Alaska serial killer Keyes tied to 11 deaths; feds look ... FBI releases images of Keyes evidence – In an effort to find additional victims of confessed serial killer, Israel Keyes, the FBI has released additional ... | View Website
Alaska Serial Killer Israel Keyes 'Broke His ... Serial killer Israel Keyes' capture was his own undoing. It was the meticulous murderer's loss of control and violation of his own careful rules of murder that ended ... | View Website
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 ... | View Website
FBI: Serial killer unlikely to have shot Seattle hikers ... It is unlikely that confessed serial killer Israel Keyes was responsible for the 2006 deaths of a mother and daughter on the Pinnacle Lake Trail in Snohomish County ... | View Website
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A good Samaritan in Canada risked a skunk’s stinky spray this week to free the critter’s head from a Coke can.
Mike MacMillan spotted the black and white creature running frantically up and down a road near his Orillia, Ontario, home on Monday. In video posted online, he can be seen slowly approaching the skunk and speaking gently in a bid to calm down the seemingly terrified animal.
“Skunk, please don’t spray me,” MacMillan said.