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Before his suicide in Anchorage, Alaska, last year, Keyes led investigators to believe he had killed at least 11 people — including five in Washington state during the time he was in Neah Bay.
He tied homemade milk-jug anchors to one body and dumped it from a boat into 100 feet of water in Lake Crescent, 18 miles west of Port Angeles.
He called Neah Bay “a boring town,” indicating that looking for thrills might have been a reason he killed.
Keyes also talked mysteriously about a 4½-inch knife he bought in Port Angeles.
And now the FBI is seeking the public's help to learn more about Keyes and his victims . . .
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Last modified: August 24. 2013 11:09PM