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  1. Robert David Keppel (June 15, 1944 – June 14, 2021) was an American law enforcement officer and detective. He was also an associate professor at the University of New Haven and Sam Houston State University.

  2. 28 giu 2021 · Robert Keppel, who was instrumental in solving two of the most notorious serial killer cases in the U.S., died on June 14, 2021, at the age of 76.

    • Amy Beeman
  3. 28 giu 2021 · Robert Keppel was a rookie homicide detective with the King County Sheriff’s Office when he was assigned the twin disappearances of two young women, Denise Naslund and Janice Ott, from Lake...

  4. This book, in essence is memoirs of Robert D. Keppel, the cop who found himself chasing serial killers again and again after his first success, Ted Bundy. Keppel is an academic (associate professor for criminal justice), he writes books for investigators.

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    • Paperback
  5. 17 mar 2005 · Robert D. Keppel, Joseph G. Weis, Katherine M. Brown, Kristen Welch. First published: 17 March 2005. https://doi.org/10.1002/jip.22. Citations: 23. PDF. Tools. Share. Abstract. A number of females, commonly recognized as 11 victims, were murdered in separate events in Whitechapel, London between 1888 and 1891.

    • Robert D. Keppel, Joseph G. Weis, Katherine M. Brown, Kristen Welch
    • 2005
  6. Ted and The Green River Killer. Q. In March 1982, you left the King County Police Major Crimes Unit to take up a position as the chief criminal investigator with the Washington State Attorney General's Office. What led to the move and what did the new position entail?

  7. 19 lug 2021 · Homicide detective Robert Keppel, who recently passed away, used insights from investigating serial killer Ted Bundy to improve his field. Among the key advancements was a focus on homicide...

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