The FBI just released new information about the life of confessed serial killer Israel Keyes.
This week videotaped conversations with Keyes along with an interactive timeline were published on the FBI's website.
Keyes is believed to have killed 11 people before committing suicide last December in his jail cell. The fact that Keyes is dead makes things difficult for investigators and that's why they are releasing information about him to try and determine how many more victims he may have had.
Keyes spent time in Eastern Washington. He lived in Colville in the 1990s. He was arrested in March 2012 for the murder of an 18-year-old barista in Alaska. FBI agents and detectives conducted over 40 hours of interviews with Keyes.
"Keyes was very meticulous, his crimes were very well-thought-out. There was nothing that was spur of the moment or he just went out one day and decided to do something," FBI Special Agent Jolene Goeden said.
Keyes told investigators the murders occurred in less than 10 states but he didn't disclose all the locations. Investigators believe Keyes didn't know any of his victims.
"He enjoyed what he did, he talked about enjoying what he did, he talked about, you know, had he not been caught, some of his future plans and what he would have done, which included continuing to do what he was doing, continuing to kidnap and murder people, so he had no remorse at all," Goeden said.
Last December Spokane County detectives combed through cold cases looking for any link to Keyes but say all the homicides during his crime spree have been solved. Steven's County also says they didn't find any links.
Anyone with information about Keyes is urged to call the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.