Thursday, 11 April 2013

Two bodies for a cigar: Serial killer Israel Keyes offered victims' locations

Two bodies for a cigar: Serial killer Israel Keyes offered victims' locations, Two bodies for a cigar. That's the deal confessed serial killer Israel Keyes reportedly struck with police. He even agreed to provide a name and a murder weapon.

New audio has been released that covers a whopping 15 hours of jailhouse interviews between Keyes and authorities, according to an April 11, 2013 report by Yahoo! News. Those files contain information not previously released to the public.

During those exchanges, Keyes made the offer of two bodies for a cigar. Believe it or not, his offer was accepted. He received his cigar and offered up information about two of his victims, Bill and Lorraine Currier of Vermont.

He smoked his cigar and used Google to show investigators the location of their home and where he disposed of their bodies.

The serial killer found dead in his jail cell had confessed to multiple murders including that of 18-year-old Samantha Koenig of Anchorage, Bill and Lorraine Currier of Vermont, and five other people whose names he did not reveal. He also confessed to multiple bank robberies, including one in Texas.

The body of Israel Keyes was discovered on Sun., Dec. 2, 2012. He was awaiting trial for the kidnapping and murder of Koenig. Officials believe that his death was a suicide.

When Keyes was found dead in his cell, he was alone. Foul play was not suspected. No other details have been released regarding the circumstances surrounding his death.

However, the new audio files that contain the offer of two bodies for a cigar also reveal that he asked to be executed within a year to spare his daughter the pain of growing up while her father was imprisoned.

For more information about the death of Israel Keyes, check out the video at the top of the page.

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