FBI releases serial killer’s drawings in own blood in push to ID victims

FBI officials have released macabre new evidence in the case of confessed serial killer Israel Keyes – drawings of skulls he made in his own blood, according to a report.

Investigators revealed the disturbing find Saturday on CBS’ “48 Hours,” saying they believe Keyes may have killed up to seven other people based on interviews and the drawings, which were found just months before he committed suicide in an Alaska prison in late 2012.

“He drew a series of 11 skulls,” FBI Special Agent Jolene Goeden said. “And these were found underneath his bed in his jail cell.”

Prior to taking his own life, Keyes, 34, had confessed to killing 18-year-old Samantha Koenig after abducting her from a coffee stand in Anchorage where she worked, as well as seven other people across the country.

Investigators at the time suspected Keyes of killing as many as 11 people, none of whom he knew, including a couple in Washington state sometime between 2001 and 2005.

Samantha Koenig, 18,  and Bill and Lorraine Currier.israel-keyes-03

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