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Keyes had traveled from Alaska to Seattle and onto New Hampshire in early April 2009, according to an FBI timeline of events. He had a hotel reservation in Manchester, N.H., on April 9 — the day he said he abducted a woman in an East Coast state. He told investigators he transported the woman over multiple state lines into New York. Keyes killed the victim and buried her in upstate New York near Tupper Lake, about 280 miles north of Hackensack.