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Serial killer Israel Keyes spent significant time in the North Country and Vermont and owned land in Franklin County.  The FBI is hoping the public can provide more information about his activities. Photo: Anchorage Police Department
Serial killer Israel Keyes spent significant time in the North Country and Vermont and owned land in Franklin County. The FBI is hoping the public can provide more information about his activities. Photo: Anchorage Police Department

FBI: Serial killer buried victim "near Tupper Lake"

FBI officials say they believe the serial killer Israel Keyes may have buried the body of one of his victims near the Adirondack town of Tupper Lake.

According to a statement released yesterday by investigators, the FBI believes that one of Keyes' victims may be Debra Feldman, who disappeared from Hackensack, New Jersey in 2009.  Go to full article
Israel Keyes (top right) being interrogated by FBI investigators a few days before he committed suicide in 2012.  (Photo:  Screen capture of FBI video)
Israel Keyes (top right) being interrogated by FBI investigators a few days before he committed suicide in 2012. (Photo: Screen capture of FBI video)

Israel Keyes video shows cunning, remorseless killer

This month, the FBI made public more information about the serial killer Israel Keyes, whose murder spree included time in the North Country and Vermont. Authorities believe that Keyes' murder spree continued for more than a decade and left as many as 11 people dead before he was captured in March of 2012.

Keyes committed suicide in a jail cell in Alaska last December, leaving unanswered questions about most of his victims.

For the first time, the FBI has released hours of video tape from their interviews with Keyes. The video offers a terrifying portrait of a killer who felt no remorse, who at times seemed to be taunting investigators.  Go to full article
Serial killer Israel Keyes spent significant time in the North Country and Vermont and owned land in Franklin County.  The FBI is hoping the public can provide more information about his activities. Photo: Anchorage Police Department
Serial killer Israel Keyes spent significant time in the North Country and Vermont and owned land in Franklin County. The FBI is hoping the public can provide more information about his activities. Photo: Anchorage Police Department

Who did Israel Keyes murder and where are the bodies?

FBI officials this week released their latest timeline of the activities of Israel Keyes, the serial killer who spent part of his time in the North Country and Vermont.

Keyes committed suicide in his jail cell in Alaska last December 1. His death has left investigators scrambling to identify Keyes' victims and the locations of their bodies.  Go to full article
Israel Keyes. Photo: Anchorage Police Department
Israel Keyes. Photo: Anchorage Police Department

Serial killer Keyes brought victim, body to North Country

Federal officials revealed frightening new details Wednesday about the activities of Israel Keyes, the serial killer who took his own life on Sunday in a jail in Anchorage, Alaska. Keyes is blamed for murdering a couple in Essex, Vt., last year.

FBI investigators now say Keyes also spent a significant amount of time here in the North Country, owning property in Franklin County and disposing of his
murder weapons in St. Lawrence County.

The FBI says Keyes robbed a bank in Tupper Lake in 2009. He also claimed to have brought one of his victims to the North Country, hiding the body here in the region.  Go to full article
Sites of Keyes' activity in the North Country: The murder of a couple in Essex, VT, a bank robbery in Tupper Lake, and weapons caches at his home in Constable and in Parishville. Source: Google maps
Sites of Keyes' activity in the North Country: The murder of a couple in Essex, VT, a bank robbery in Tupper Lake, and weapons caches at his home in Constable and in Parishville. Source: Google maps

Police investigate serial killer Keyes' North Country connections, activities

Brian Mann joined Martha Foley on the line Thursday morning to talk about the new developments in the Israel Keyes investigation.  Go to full article

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