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Peter A. Keller
I first posted about Peter A. Keller last Monday on Daily Weekly. The King County Sheriff's office was

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Inside Peter Keller's Bunker: Guns and Folgers Coffee Jugs (Photo Post)

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King County Sheriff's Office
Peter A. Keller
I first posted about Peter A. Keller last Monday on Daily Weekly. The King County Sheriff's office was calling him a "person of interest" after two bodies were found dead inside his family's burning North Bend home - barricaded in by a couch and some other furniture.

As we know now there was much more to the story.

Later in the day it was determined the two victims found inside the burning house - soon to be formally identified as Keller's wife and daughter - had been shot to death. Keller still hadn't been located, and was still being called a "person of interest."

On Wednesday an arrest warrant was officially issued for Keller for the murder of his wife, 41-year-old Lynnettee Keller, and daughter, 19-year-old Kaylene Keller.

By Friday officers had located a bunker in the woods that Keller -- an avid survivalist and outdoors type- had been working on for eight years according to the King County Sheriff's Office. Located a mile east of the Rattlesnake Ridge trailhead, the bunker was packed with guns, ammo, Folgers coffee jugs and other necessities.

Saturday morning SWAT team members used explosives to loosen the door on Keller's bunker and then pried into it. They discovered Keller dead, the victim of a reported self-inflicted gunshot wound.

It was a dramatic end to a tragic and bizarre story.

If you've ever wondered what it looks like inside a crazy man's bunker in the woods, here are some photos of Keller's provided by King County Sheriff's Sgt. Cindi West.

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The King County Sherriff's Office says Peter Keller worked on his bunker for eight years.

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Peter Keller's bunker.

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The view from Peter Keller's bunker.

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Some of the supplies Peter Keller had inside his bunker.

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Peter Keller's guns.

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Magazines and ammo for Peter Keller's many guns.

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Peter Keller's guns.

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Peter Keller's vest and binoculars.

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Peter Keller's generator.

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Peter Keller's fuel.

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Law enforcement set up headquarters at Rattlesnake Ridge.

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Command center at Rattlesnake Ridge.

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Command center at Rattlesnake Ridge.

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